Mozart version 9 with service packs installed.
The updated program reports itself as Mozart 188.8.131.52,
and functions as well as the 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 version (Gold)
As of Oct 31, 2009 Mozart's latest version is Mozart 10
Please see the results for Mozart 10
No regressions for Mozart 9 in wine-1.1.1 All that worked before works now.
There have been improvements in browsing *.chm help files in the
functions for some windows and those do not work. But for that,
help is fully functional once gecko has been installed.
What does not
What was not tested
Midi Keyboard input
The bug for failure to browse local help files has been cleared.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Slackware 12.1||Jul 21 2008||1.1.1||Yes||Yes||Gold||Lawrence Toal|
|Show||Slackware 12.1||Jun 30 2008||1.1.0||Yes||Yes||Gold||Lawrence Toal|
|Show||Slackware 12.1||Jun 12 2008||1.0-rc1||Yes||Yes||Gold||Lawrence Toal|
|Show||Slackware 11.0||Dec 13 2007||0.9.50.||Yes||Yes||Gold||Lawrence Toal|
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 from a console. Thus:
$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++