doh123, on 01 October 2012 - 01:19 PM, said:
If you like Crossover... sure. Its a bit limiting for me, one of the reasons I had to start Wineskin in the first place, but it works fine for many people.
I'm not sure why you are using a "WINE wrapper" (what kind of Wine wrapper?), and Crossover mixed... its not like they work together or something.
I had access to Steam for the PC via Crossover for a while when the Neverwinter Nights 2 Platinum Edition went on sale for a measly $10. Before I purchased it I discovered there was a wrapper on the Porting Team website that was reported to run it very well but results with Crossover were a mixed bag. Since I was already using Steam through Crossover, and didn't want to bother with trying to get Steam for the PC to work in a wrapper (I'm no expert), I decided just to go ahead and get it that way and then use the wrapper from the Porting Team website to play it. It worked fine and I played it for a while before going on to other games. When I recently tried to play it again I encountered that problem. Maybe using Crossover for Steam and then using a wrapper to actually play the game eventually caused the problem? Although like I said it did work for a while.
I suppose if Steam works well in a wrapper I could just forget about purchasing Crossover and try setting up Steam with a wrapper then try downloading Neverwinter Nights 2 again and see if that works. You think that might help?
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