More thoughts on Crosssover Linux and Acc:
I’ve experimented with Acc on Linux for the past year, in many distros and versions of Wine, and in Crossover. I’ve only tested in Crossover 15, not the new version 16, in Wine up to rc 2.0, and Acc 10 and 11.
I was testing whether I could use Acc in combination with BW for all my Bible study work flow. Re Accordance, I got it to work, but the text flickered when I moved the cursor. It was passable to use for my Hebrew Syntax searches, and I used it for almost 6 months that way.
What I want to mention is how BW worked very well in Wine and even better in Crossover. Now that I have a Mac mini and can run Crossover’s bottled version of BW for Mac, I can say that BW in Crossover Linux worked almost as well as the Mac bottled version, and both almost as well as BW in its native Windows environment. So, I believe the Crossover staff would be able to develop a very good bottled version of Acc for Linux. Then, one could run the full Acc version on an Android tablet running Linux, or on a Linux laptop or desktop.
I’ve heard some say, e.g., Dr. J., that a bottled version wouldn’t have all the features of the Windows version, and I agree. But, Linux users already accept the trade off that Windows programs will run with a bit of reduced functionality in Wine/Crossover. If the trade off in a bottled version was 5% or less like in the bottled version of BW, I think all Linux users would accept it.