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11.2.0 CrossOver XI - June 25, 2012
- Mac OS X:
- Support for OS X 10.8, Mountain Lion.
- Signed code to work with Mountain Lion's 'Gatekeeper' feature.
- Bug fix for a crash when typing with Chinese Pinyin input on Mac OS X 10.7.
- Fix for certain graphical glitches where small black rectangles would appear in certain applications.
- Improve font discovery.
- Prevent an occasional hang while updating CrossTie profiles.
- Fix a crash in Civilization IV and V in windowed mode.
- Fix an issue where applications could appear frozen after being minimized into the Dock, even though they were still running.
- Fix an error opening documents with parentheses '()' in their filenames.
- Other Enhancements:
- Added support for Microsoft Visio 2010.
- Added support for Microsoft Project 2010.
- Integration of Wine 1.4.1, which includes many, many bug fixes and improvements over Wine 1.4.0, as well as improved translations for many languages.
- Bug fix for microphone detection for Rosetta Stone 3.
- Fix a crash for certain files PowerPoint 2010.
- Improvements to Japanese input when running Internet Explorer 7.
- Improvements to graphics card detection.
- Allow for graphics driver detection in CrossTie files.
- Better installation notes during CrossTie installations.