This is Mozart 10 with the latest service pack installed allowing Mozart
to report itself as version 10.0.10.0 This is a bug-fix service pack.
Test results using this version with the presently stable wine-1.2.2 and the current wine-1.3.10 are mostly unchanged from previous Mozart 10 results.
Old test results
The test results for this version are very old, and as such they may not represent the current state of Wine. Please consider submitting a new test report.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
All the program's functions work. Playback *requires* a midi synth
such as Timidity++ or some other ALSA accessable software or
hardware synth to be installed and running.
Generally, if you can play a midi file with a sequencer/synth that ALSA
can find, Mozart can work with it.
What does not
1) Running the program *without* a synth and note-echo turned on
causes a recursive note entry (looping).
What was not tested
External Midi keyboard input
In order to hear playback, the app requires a software synth
such as Timidity++ to be installed and running when the app is
started. Alternatively, a soundcard's hardware MIDI synth
running under ALSA and loaded with an appropriate GM soundfont
also works quite well.
Some keyboard shortcut keys are trapped by KDE or the Operating
System, so Mozart's shortcut re-mapping function may be needed
to re-map them. For any encountered difficulties, refer to
the quite friendly and knowledgeable Yahoo user group at:
Export of image file formats such as JPG, PNG, GIF,TIF, and BMP
may require a native Windows gdiplus DLL and winecfg setting to
For the note entry echo to function properly, MOZART *REQUIRES* a software or hardware synthesizer
recognized by WINE/ALSA, and selected in the MOZART menu: Global preferences | MIDI port. Timidity++ in
server mode works well for this--so does Jack/Fluidsynth. Without a true synth port, it is possible to select
MIDI input and MIDI output ports that cause an I/O feedback. This can cause a note to automatically
and repetitively enter itself over and over, making the program un-usable and un-closeable without killing
WINE. This condition may require one to do the equivalent of this at a console:
$killall -9 wineserver
$killall -9 winedevice.exe
To avoid this condition, do not select "wine MIDI mapper" as a MIDI output port, do not enable MIDI in, and
for overkill, mute the selections under: Global preferences | MIDI echo. Or just use Timidity++,
Jack/Fluidsynth, a soundcard with MIDI ports, or an external MIDI device recognized by ALSA,
and select a MIDI port in MOZART menu: Global preferences | MIDI port.