Core Fonts should be available just by searching for "Core Fonts" in CrossOver. GDI is available with "Platform SDK Redistributable: GDI+"
fontsmooth=rgb is a little trickier. Winetricks is setting registry keys, which you can do manually in CrossOver. To do this for a given bottle, click "Run Command" in the right sidebar, then enter "regedit" in the command field to open the registry editor. To achieve what Winetricks does, you'll need to make sure the following registry keys are set. Note, these are all found under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop
FontSmoothing - should be set to 2
FontSmoothingOrientation - should be set to 1
FontSmoothingType - should be set to 2 (this will likely be set to 1, so you'll need to edit this one)
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