Installation and basic 2D operations.
Non-default toolbars do not retain their display status - which is the same behavior as the native Linux version so not a bug :D
What does not
V1R6.1 (32-bit) 2015 SP1
Submitting registration information to activate the license will result in abort due to page fault. Installing native Windows Management Instrumentation components with Winetricks (winetricks -q wmi) DOES NOT correct the problem because it uses a 32-bit Windows 95/98 version. Related Wine messages:
Printing and printer configuration fails with an error dialog "Call not implemented" (only printer available on test system is cups-pdf). Repeats several times and usually causes the application to abort. Related Wine message:
Loaded drawings may not be immediately visible. Refreshing the graphics area by zooming usually fixes it. Sometimes upon start-up a loaded drawing won't display, even after refresh, but entities can be seen by selecting them (Ctrl-A to select everything).
Occasionally upon start-up it has a flaw where it recognizes an initial mouse-click on a toolbar button or in the graphics area, but not subsequent clicks. Restarting the application is required to correct it.
What was not tested
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 14.04 "Trusty" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Mar 31 2015||1.7.38||Yes||Yes||Bronze||Jeff D. Hanson|
Installation requires Windows 7 to be set with winecfg.
Will crash if license activation attempted (immediately after submitting registration info). Requires native Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). Winetricks only installs Windows 9x (32-bit) WMI so it can't be used to fix this. You can try manually installing WMI DLLs and setting native overrides with winecfg.
Even if fixed, expect registration to take several attempts (a bug that affects all versions on all platforms). If you don't see the "check email" dialog immediately after submitting registration info then it didn't work. Exit the app and try again.