The application mostly works, and runs much better under 0.9.14 than under previous versions of WINE that I tested.
What does not
This application has a sort of mini window manager, and there are some bugs in how that works....
- When a sub window is minimized, it does not restore correctly at all. All of the "Window Decorations" are gone. The minimize icon shows up not as an icon, but, as a sort of distorted window. It is unclickable. Fortunately, there is a taskbar, where one can delete the window, since it is essentially no good once it has been restored.
- There are several browsers, including several formula browsers. If one double-clicks on the name of a formula, a surrounding box appears, inviting one to change the name....actually, I have never tried changing the name....hmmm. Anyhow, the whole application crashes. It has some sort of exception handling, which gives one the option of continuing, restarting, exiting, sending a bug report. Sometimes that works, sometimes it doesn't.
- There are a number of control dialogs that are normally docked on the right side of the application. I managed to "undock" one of them. Under Windows, I can re-dock such dialogs by dropping them in place. It may take a try or two, but I can do it. With WINE there was no way. I finally went into the registry, found the dialog and changed the value that caused it to be undocked.
- Cut and Paste with other applications, e.g., Thunderbird, Kate, is chancy.
What was not tested
I have not tested the animation capability.
It works well enough that I am staying with Linux.