I'm using LDmicro on Arch Linux, running it under Wine without issues.
LDmicro runs very well, no external nor privative .dll are needed :-)
I have encountered some troubles trying to set a general variable name as Timer parameter, using the keyboard.
Since v.126.96.36.199, Timers can accept any general variable name as parameter for Delay (ms).
From manual.txt: "Variable names can consist of letters, numbers, and underscores '_'."
However, using the keyboard, only 0-9 numbers, lowercase letters a, b, c, d, e, f, o, x, uppercase letters A, B, C, D, E, F, O, X, period "." and dash "-" are entered in Timer's Delay text field (characters that habitually are used to denote hexadecimal digits, plus o and O for octal).
NOTE: Copy-Paste the general name variable, from another text field or external text file, solves this issue (provisionally).
Anyone is suffering this same issue under Windows or another Linux distro?
I have not any kind of Windows OS installed (nor virtualized) in my two PC, so I cann't know if this issue is LDmicro related, or Linux/Wine related.
BTW: I've reported this issue to LDmicro Github issue tracker.