"...The first thing I installed after CrossOver was
Apple's QuickTime program. The installer behaved much as it would
on any Windows or Macintosh system, but I did chuckle over the
QuickTime install program wanting to place its wares in C:/Program
Files/QuickTime. I got an even bigger laugh when I discovered that
the program would work just fine, even without changing the default
Installation and configuration were so simple, in fact, that I
tested the setup process on more than one computer just to be
certain that this wasn't a fluke. It wasn't, although a few times I
ran into a problems with Netscape not picking up file associations
or recognizing the QuickTime plugin. Every time, entering a few
bits of information in CrossOver's Association dialog frame solved
Installing and running Macromedia's Shockwave was just as easy.
I lost about an hour of productivity last week when I encountered a
couple of online arcade games due to this plugin."
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