Congrats on the release of CXO 7. It's a wonderful thing.
After insalling CXO I installed Photoshop CS2 and sure enough, it works! It works great!
The only issue I've noticed so far is that any attempt to upgrade CS2 from version 9.0 to 9.0.2 and CameraRaw from the Adobe site fails...there's an unnamed process that has to be killed in order to regain control of the GUI. I've forgotten where CXO keeps it logs, but I'll ferret that out shortly and report again if I find anything useful.
We've been testing the CS 2 updates here at Crossover, as well. All went well (including CameraRaw) until we got to the final update (the 9.0.2 module). We went to Adobe.com, downloaded the update manually, and then did an unsupported install of said update into the bottle containing Photoshop CS2. This method was successful.
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