This version is using Qt 5.9.0, Ironically, since there is no native Linux version of AlienSkin Exposure.
Functionally speaking, everything seems to work.
What does not
All text seems to be somewhat in bold, making things harder to read.
You cannot go beyond 120 DPI in winecfg > Graphics > Screen Resolution. At 144 dpi, most text disappears, and at 192 dpi, Exposure X5 crashes.
Sometimes when deleting a photo, it is not actually deleted.
What was not tested
Exporting, printing, batch editing
If you are using a high resolution, high dpi, or retina monitor, you'd normally go to winecfg > Graphics > Screen Resolution and set it to 144 or 192 dpi. However, going beyond 120 dpi does not work well with Exposure X5.
So I would give it Silver, except for usage on a high dpi monitor, where it would receive Bronze.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Linux Mint 19.2 Tina||Sep 30 2019||4.17-staging||Yes||Yes||No||Silver||Redsandro|