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ubbut:
Just letting you know, Circuit Studio does run in Wine.
I used these instructions for Circuit Maker:
https://circuitmaker.com/blog/3-steps-for-installing-circuitmaker-on-linux

There are some minor graphic bugs, nothing serious. Quite usable.
edit: graphic bug when pressing P-P in schematic editor seems to be in the windows version as well ;) So no graphic bug related to wine

trevwhite:
It dont work that great in Windows, surprised it works in Wine.  :-DD

malagas_on_fire:
Even the circuit maker student version works on Wine, which is suitable for learning purposes and freeware.

Download link from BR school :P

http://docente.ifrn.edu.br/leonardoteixeira/links/instalador-do-circuitmaker-student/view

Update : testing for real on Wine :P

voltsandjolts:

--- Quote from: malagas_on_fire on June 17, 2019, 10:31:01 pm ---Even the circuit maker student version works on Wine, which is suitable for learning purposes and freeware.

Download link from BR school :P

http://docente.ifrn.edu.br/leonardoteixeira/links/instalador-do-circuitmaker-student/view

--- End quote ---

That is MicroCode CircuitMaker, not at all related to Altium Circuitstudio, Altium CircuitMaker or this forum.

ubbut:

--- Quote from: trevwhite on June 17, 2019, 09:37:23 pm ---It dont work that great in Windows, surprised it works in Wine.  :-DD

--- End quote ---

Since my first post I have had a couple of the well known Altium crashes - but surprisingly the program continues to run perfectly. This is for example when importing a CircuitMaker pcb file, without having an other PCB file in the project. I don't know if this is a bug in Windows as well...(I could imagine it is)

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