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Almost every single thing - 3d models render properly, sound and music plays flawlessly.
What does not
Playing with anything else than ALSA set as sound driver - the game crashes, probably because it needs direct access to midi ports or something like that. Other sound drivers don't have Midi ports listed in Winecfg.
This issue probably also appears in other Wine versions.
Order in which you should install the applications:
Disney's Toontown Online
Open winetricks and install the Windows component called d3dx9.
Next, open the Disney's Toontown Online installer that you downloaded earlier.
Once the game is installed, the launcher will load.
You should now be able to log in and play.
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Requires using ALSA sound driver
by Gary on Wednesday September 26th 2012, 19:52
One of the testers already states this in the notes but it is not clear if you only read the installation instructions.
If I only followed the listed instructions, the launcher would crash before bringing up Toontown. It looked to me like the Panda issue others had described.
I run wine 1.5 and it uses Pulseaudio by default as the Audio option. I used winetricks to set sound to ALSA and the program appears to work perfectly now. In fact, I have full sound which other posts claim requires configuring MIDI. I did not have to do that.
I did load ALSA drivers on my UBUNTU 11.10 system before using winetricks to change to ALSA sound. I am not sure that was actually needed.
by Agata on Friday October 29th 2010, 9:59
Panda3D cannot open graphics window because of GetRawInputDeviceList being a stub. Since same issue was fixed in "A Vampyre Story" with a patch I'd suggest doing the same. When the patch is applied, the game runs smoothly without any graphics problem (if you disable d3d9)