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Start in Manage Bottles mode

I upgraded to the new version but I do not like the new welcome interface at all. I find it useless. If I am opening crossover it is to manage my bottles otherwise I would be launching the application I use through crossover directly from its launcher and not through some other interface.
Long story short when I open crossover I want to see the Manage bottles interface like in the previous it possible?
If it is not possible may I suggest an option in the preferences for this in the next version?

A preference might be a good idea. I don't really have a use for the new interface either. I usually fiddle with the bottle manager, bypassing the new interface entirely.

What you can do now, is what I do. Just create a launcher to cxsetup. You will find cxsetup in "cxoffice/bin", which will either be in your home or in /opt. That's the bottle manager, which you would then be able to just launch directly.

Edit: I thought I would more explicit. I have put in ~/.local/share/applications/ a file name /cxmanager.desktop with the following code, partly copied from the cxoffice launcher.

#!/usr/bin/env xdg-open

[Desktop Entry]
Exec=/home/yourusername/cxoffice/bin/cxsetup #this could begin by opt/cxoffice...
Name=Bottle Manager
Comment=CrossOver's Bottle Manager

Thanks!. Very good suggestion! I did not know there was a separate launcher "cxsetup" that launches the bottle manager.

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