MacOS 13.3 Ventura seems to be causing problems for quite a number of Windows applications which were running just fine in MacOS 13.2.1 Ventura in Crossover Mac 22.1. These problems seems to be affecting Apple SOC Macs only, Macs with Intel CPUs do not seem to have been negatively affected.
I do not know if it is possible to install 13.2.1 over a boot volume that already has 13.3 installed, the Apple installer might not proceed. Try it, and report back here in this thread if that works for you.
If not, create a new APFS volume and then install 13.2.1 into that new APFS volume. You will need to reboot in order to use your affected Windows applications and then reboot to get back to your main boot volume afterward, but you will be able to run those applications while waiting for a better resolution from Codeweavers.
Yes, we are working on a solution. We have a build with potential fixes that we have been giving out to users with active entitlements to confirm that it's working for them. Once we get a few more tests and feel good about our fix, we'll release an update.
Thanks for working on this but understand some of us are paying a subscription to applications and rely on it working. Do you have a better time frame on when this will be completed (weeks, months, what)?
Crossover Mac 22.1.1 is now available. I do not have an Apple SOC Mac in order to perform any tests related to the latest issue caused by MacOS 13.3 and Apple SOC Macs with Crossover 22.1. Crossover 22.1.1 continues to work as well as Crossover 22.1 on my Intel Macs.
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