What it lacks is the customization of Wine.
- To make some customizations in Crossover:
Go to Menu - Crossover - Run a Windows command, and, after selecting the corresponding 'bottle', enter 'regedit' (this would have to be done for each specific 'bottle')
Navigate to and click on the following key: HKEY_CURRENT_CONFIG\Software\Fonts.
Double-click on the "LogPixels" value.
Change the base to "Decimal" and enter your desired font size.Note that the font size here isn't measured in standard "points"--the best way to get a size that's right for you is through cautious trial and error. Close the Registry Editor when you're done.
To enlarge the font of the menus, search for ' ~/.cxoffice/NAME_OF_BOTTLE/drive_c/windows/win.ini', open it in a text editor, add these two lines at the end, and save:
Replace the "18" with whatever font size.
(This has to be done for each specific 'bottle' (which I guess is the equivalent of a wineprefix). Each program may have its own bottle which contains its own separate
windowsfolders. Customizations for a certain 'bottle' would have effect only for the programs installed in that bottle. 'Bottles' and the rest of CrossOver is installed in
If file association is not ok, search in smth like, e.g. for Office, in '/.cxoffice/Microsoft Office 2007/desktopdata/cxmenu/StartMenu.C^5E3A^5Fusers^5Fcrossover^5FStart^2BMenu/Programs/Microsoft+Office/'; eventually save that script in a more convenient place and add it under Open with' option, 'custom command'.