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crossover office has the same compatability as wine (as cross over office supports wine and both contribute code to each other) but a better U.I and support., Support for some titles means that you know supported titles will work.
Photoshop 7 seems to work with cross over, but not cs. http://www.codeweavers.com/compatibi.../name?app_id=8
It is worth comming back and checking wines application database and crossover office support list every few months as thing change very quickly and some things that did not work at all a few months ago can suddenly be fixed. Or some one may have come out with a better hack.
Well, I've tried with no avail to make CS, 7.0 and CS2 to work without any neccessary Windoze install first, so if you haven't got a Windoze partition/HD around where to install PS you're mostly out of luck I've had to put with GIMP in the meanwhile... :/
And about 3DSMAX... I tried testing R3 with Wine and didn't work either, so I doubt 8 will work :P
Distribution: SUSE 10.0 Home soon to go (no internet conection), gentoo laptop, slack on development box
I don't mean cracking.
I am no wine expert but I have a few programs i am trying to get to run. Some people have things where they have to use wines regedit, otheres seem to have little shell scripts. Other programs require installing in windows then copying accross some files and registry enteries. Lotts of random things. Other programs just work out of the box. Just check out the wine application database for some examples. E.g Flash, matlab