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It's no longer a secret that we've been doing work for Wargaming, Inc.,
the makers of the hugely popular World of Tanks, World of Warplanes,
and the forthcoming World of Warships (which is currently in open beta).
We're doing the Mac port of World of Warships,
and we've gotten to the point where it's in good enough shape that it
needs some serious testing. And who better to do some serious testing
than a naval historian who's written a book on the Battle of Midway,
and who is an adjunct lecturer for the U.S. Naval War College, and
given talks at Pearl Harbor, the National WWII Museum, the Nimitz
Museum, and blah blah blah? Yeah, ummm, I guess that'd be me.
The last two and a half weeks of testing were heavily occupied with attention to World of Tanks and World of Warships.
With World of Tanks we began by triaging a crash that started with the 9.9 update. We fixed the issue quickly and sent a new build to Wargaming. We followed this with a fix for a severe drop in frame-rates with the 9.9 update. A fix for the frame-rate issue and a mouse offset issue is on it's way to Wargaming now. We continue work on a rendering issue that lights up the garage as though it were decorated with blue LED lights on Intel based systems.
For World of Warships we spent a majority of the time working with the black screen a user would be met with upon login. The problem is related to Wine Bug number 35397. With more testing and development, we hope to send the fix upstream. This means we fixed it easily for Wargaming but to ensure we don't break other applications in Wine, we need to complete the patch by adding tests and additional cases.
Following that, our normal cycle of testing did not reveal new regressions with the latest version of Wine.
We reproduced a crash reported in our forums with El Capitan and CrossOver 14.1.4. We confirmed the crash in our development branch and opened a bug report with Apple regarding the crash. This crash is caused by an exception in code that only occurs when using El Capitan.
We confirmed that Apple fixed a rendering issue with the release of El Capitan that affects Banished.
We reviewed Wine bug number 34041; we confirmed that Skyrim continues to hang on exit both with CrossOver and the latest version of Wine, 1.7.47.
For CrossOver 14, we tested fixes with Microsoft Office 2010's behavior on dual screen systems. This includes full-screen maximize/minimize behavior of primary and secondary screens on Gnome Classic and Gnome Shell with Metacity and Debian 7. Additional testing was performed on Debian 8 with dual screen systems. This work will be included in CrossOver 15 and any future updates of CrossOver 14. We also retested the behavior of inserting Word and Excel objects in PowerPoint 2007.
For CrossOver 15
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