CrossOver allows Windows programs to run natively in Mac OS X

"CrossOver allows Windows programs to run natively in Mac OS X"

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The highly acclaimed company CodeWeavers known for CrossOver Linux - a Linux application that allows users to run Windows programs natively - are currently beta testing another powerful CrossOver application. But this time, it's for Mac! Eventually Intel based Mac owners running Mac OS X will be able to natively run any Windows program in Mac OS X including games.

CodeWeavers is currently in the beta testing stages of this product, and can be downloaded for free HERE

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06-09-2006, 11:23:59

agreed, 66 it is then

06-09-2006, 11:25:00

gun game gets my vote for the lack of decent servers but i like the idea of custom, non gay maps if you get me :)

06-09-2006, 11:27:36

Another option is unlimited grenades?

06-09-2006, 11:33:54

I personally think you should keep all the same settings as the current dust2 server but just make it office extended because as jiffz says this map is very popular but hard to find on a decent none french server:rollingla

06-09-2006, 11:50:23

yea Mill would be awesome, i reckon it would attract a slightly higher skill-level of players aswell. is it possible to have people autokicked after 3tks? if not its not really a problem as we're on there very frequently and theres plenty of people who can just forward the IDs of people taking the p1ss a bit too much on to us

06-09-2006, 11:58:18

Office extended or unlimited. Extended expands but keeps it simple, takes abit of the T bias off to.

PLEASE make it 66tick, 33 is like playing in a flick book.

06-09-2006, 11:58:18

36 players for sure, nothing beats a crammed office_extended session. Absolutely pwns.

You should check out de_troit, its pretty tight.

06-09-2006, 12:06:19


Check it out :p

06-09-2006, 12:19:18

Counter Terrorist Zombie
Zombieeeeee serverrrrrrrrrrrr :D

07-09-2006, 17:21:06

Very nice XMS! :)

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