the software that will be installed from a specific supported
is often in a compressed format, and so can often only be seen after
it's been installed.
by browsing the virtual C: drive itself.
I think the guy wanted a list of support libraries and such, like directX, not a list of all individual files. I don't believe Crossover maintains publicly accessible list of requirements for each software on this site. In any case, I usually for google with the name of the software and the magic word "requirements". That pretty much tells me what I need.
Aye, I was looking for the list of libraries and fonts that crossover installs for any given supported application. I found the list in Crossover as the last step before installing the application. Thanks y'all!
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