I downloaded the CrossOver demo, used it to install games, namely Steam and downloaded/installed games via steam. I never played them for a long time. I went to play Civ and got the message that my demo time was almost up. I went back and ordered CrossOver... games, instead of CrossOver. Apparently the registrations codes do not count towards the separate programs.
I got busy at work and haven't played any games. I was looking for a way to transfer the install "bottles" from CrossOver to CrossOver Games but couldn't find any resources. So I decided I'd just have to uninstall and start anew with CrossOver Games. Except my 30 day trial has run out on CrossOver and I can't access the dumb uninstall options in the menu (they are locked by the registration menu). I'd go on how that is complete idiotic but whatever. I still have a few gigs being taken up on my MacBook pro's drive that are seemingly hidden. I've done some searching but none of the files are the size they should (a few gigs for Civ alone).
Oh, you could also move the bottles (which are really just folders) from (home)/Library/Application Support/Crossover to (home)/Library/Application Support/Crossover Games. That may or may not work, the archiving process makes Crossover redo the paths to different registry files when a bottle is moved, manually moving the directories may not update those files correctly and make Crossover Games see them.
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