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Hi,
normally a .bat file is only a 'text'-file in which a set of instructions is defined that run at the 'Command Prompt' of Windows (and Windows only).
Since you are using Crossover and the main application seems to work within Crossover, the .bat file should work as well in Crossover.
Look at the Crossover manual to find out how to run a .bat file in Crossover.
Since neither Applescript nor Terminal nor OSX itself can handle the 'bottle' concept of Crossover, trying to translate a .bat file or using it outside of Crossover won't work.
Regards
Stefan
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