That's all I can really think of- you could try searching your computer manually, but I did that just to check and it doesn't come up with lots of things that AppCleaner came up with.
-- On Mac, if you go to ~/Library/Preferences, there should be a few files called com.codeweavers.X.plist, where X is something like 'crossovergames' or 'crossovercrosstielauncher'. Also, in ~/Library/Application Support, there should be a folder labelled 'Crossover (Games)' - Games if it's Crossover Games you installed. This contains the games/apps that you have installed via Crossover.
That should be everything.
I highly recommend you use a third party app remover app, it'll be much easier.
Sorry Carol, didn't realise that page existed, just did it based on
my own knowledge.
No worries! We've just had a few people have problems when using a third party app removal tool. It makes it very difficult for our Support Staff to determine what happened and what pieces the tool may have left behind. Our preference is of course our own instructions... but I do understand why people use the third party tools.
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