That being said, does CiderX, or more so the Cider Frameworks utilize the wine .dll.so files? If so I have a potential mouse fix that you could work into the interface. It has worked for me on dozens of occasions.
It's pretty cool you're considering to implement converter to create .icns files....this is going to be a sure fire hit once it's finally released...I'm pretty stoked about it.
Thank you. I am really trying to make it as user-friendly as possible. Cider is the most difficult wrapper around here.
Cider does sadly not load dll.so files. Only dylibs. But it should be possible to compile some of wines dll in dylibs. Since there are using pretty similar dll functions. If you compare older wine build so-files with cider's dylibs, they are really similar. You can get all functions of those files by using the nm-command in terminal btw. You type "nm " and drag&drop the file to the terminal, hit enter.
Based on this I want to try writing my own cider-dll-plugin after this project. Should be possible and would keep Cider alive, if we would be able to program our own dll options. But that is talking about the future.