I knew that the player doesn't stop properly (but forgot to say so
) but I didn't know that Miditzer remained operable. That's new.
I've just uploaded a completely new version. This one is based on a slightly different base. Barry Kauler, the original Puppy developer, has taken over the Precise Puppy project and changed it's direction. It now uses a different kernel and driver set. This makes it significantly smaller.
Also, to deal with the delay around the wineserver process shutting down, I've changed the way Miditzer(s) start. There are no longer desktop icons. There is a menu item "Organs" instead. These run scripts which wait until the wineserver process ends before they start Miditzer. The "Start Blower" desktop icon is still there to start up Jack and QSynth.
270,233,600 bytes (~258Mb) so much smaller download
If you want to open Miditzer Settings, you may need to go into the Utilities menu and open Wine Config and untick the two boxes in the graphics tab so that the window manager doesn't control the windows.
This DOES boot on my Macbook Pro and in this version, the trackpad works properly, though a little sensitively. Although I have no way of testing, I hope this will run on any Intel based Mac and I believe it would be a better solution than running Miditzer under emulation within OSX