I have it downloaded as a Windows 7 bottle, made sure to download DirectX and DirectMusic into the bottle to handle game requirements, if any. Also, my computer is a Macbook Pro 13 inch with currently 8 GB DDR3 RAM, and an IntelHD 4000 Graphics Card. Recently updated to Crossover version 18 and also Mac OS X 10.14 Mojave
Are you on the Steam beta channel? It looks like a Steam update has potentially broken things on Mac, and we are seeing similar behavior to what you described. However, we only started noticing this behavior today. A new bug was filed in our system, and if you write in to support (you can use the "Contact Us" link at the top of the page) you can be added to the list of folks that we will inform when the bug is fixed.
I do not want to discourage you from troubleshooting here, but I just wanted to let you (and anyone else seeing this problem) know that we are looking into it currently.
PS. If you installed Steam with the "Install Windows Software" button and selected "Steam" from the dropdown list, then you used a CrossTie. The CrossTies are recipes that install necessary dependencies and change settings in the bottle automatically.
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