I can only second Tony's comment. Not that anything I run was problematic, but the new version 22 of CrossOver Linux is great.
I downloaded the version [Mint, ___.deb] the moment I got the announcement in my email. Installation over the installed one was done in no time.
Upgrade ran without any problem. The new version has definitely a more intuitive layout. I love that GUI.
OS: Linux Mint Cinnamon
Hardware: Dell Latitude E 6420, 6 GB RAM.
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