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I would help, though I'm stuck on getting the game to install with v2.5. However, I believe that creating the virtual desktop beforehand using winecfg with a supported resolution, it may work, from what I believe is going on with the error message. Winecfg can be accessed somewhere in the bottle window. I'm not on Mac right now, but if you click around you should be able to find it.
However, I can give you supported resolutions; I'm currently using a 1440x900 screen.
Sorry I can't help any further, but I'll continue trying to install the game. Congrats on getting it installed.
I just thought I'd drop this is as I'm the guy that took the screenshots that are up currently - I didn't have to do any fiddling about at all to make the game run - the only reason the screenshots have virtual desktop is to prove they are running under Wine.
Now, I was running Linux Mint + Nvidia 800GT for those, rather than a Mac, and I was also running the Steam version rather than the CD. It doesn't *look* like you're getting an error for the copy protection though.
My first advice would be to install Steam in to your bottle that you've installed Company of Heroes to, for a quick way to see if it's simply needing something that was in my bottle as a result of installing Steam.
Note that unless you're running a very new build Steam itself isn't working too well, but you won't actually need to open Steam - we're just installing it to pull in the deps. You could also just install the dependencies manually, if you wish.
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