🎯 A Crosshair Overlay for any screen.
🎯 Adjustable Crosshair Overlay for any screen
CrossOver allows you to place a customizable crosshair overlay above any application window. Improve your aim and gain a competitive advantage with a permanant colored crosshair to mark center screen.
Other crosshair programs offer a single style or color option, and often don’t allow you to reposition them. CrossOver is a small, unintrusive crosshair overlay which has plenty of configuration options to assist with aiming and vision of your crosshair. CrossOver offers a huge improvement to many games’ default crosshairs for those with colorblindness or contrast issues.
macOS 10.10+, Linux, and Windows 7+ are supported.
Keepto finish downloading. Windows Defender and Mac Gatekeeper will prevent you from running the app the first time.
.exe file. (CrossOver-Setup-x.x.x.exe)
Windows protected your PC.
.dmg file. (CrossOver-x.x.x.dmg)
“CrossOver” cannot be opened because the developer cannot be verified.
Download the file appropriate to your system. (
The AppImage needs to be made executable after download.
❌ marks the spot…
Position: Click and drag the crosshair to anywhere on any screen. Double-click the bullseye to center the app.
Choose Crosshair: Click the bullseye ◎ to select from tons of preloaded crosshairs. Drag an image to the window to use your own custom crosshair.
Customize settings using the “gear” icon. See Settings below.
Unlock the app to quit using Control-Alt-Shift-X, then click the close icon in the top-left corner. In Windows you can right-click on the crosshair window >
|Toggle the settings window and lock the crosshair in place||Control-Alt-Shift-X|
|Move the crosshair a single pixel||Control-Alt-Shift-Arrows|
|Quickly hide/show the application||Control-Alt-Shift-H|
|Center the crosshair window||Control-Alt-Shift-C|
|Move the crosshair to the next connected display||Control-Alt-Shift-M|
|Duplicate your crosshair in a shadow window||Control-Alt-Shift-D|
|Display the “About” window details||Control-Alt-Shift-A|
|Reset all settings and center the window||Control-Alt-Shift-R|
Choose from over 100 real and fictional crosshairs, or use your own by dragging an image to the window. You can change the size and opacity.
The reticle is the small dot or cross at the center of the sight. You can select the shape and the color, or this can be turned off.
Choose a mouse button to use as your ADS button. The crosshair will be hidden while this button is held down.
You can automatically set CrossOver to start when your system starts on your gaming PC, so you’re always ready to pop heads.
By default CrossOver will automatically keep itself updated with bug fixes and improvements. You can disable this in the settings to prevent all network requests. CrossOver will only connect to GitHub to download published releases and does not send or store any personal data. I’m a solo developer and you aren’t important to me 🙂 I just want to game.
See default keyboard shortcuts. All of the keybinds can be changed or disabled except for the bind to reset all settings. Click into the input and press your bind, or press Backspace or Delete to disable a bind.
Keep in mind that keybinds may conflict with other programs so be careful about what you choose. There’s no real mechanism for preventing you from setting two conflicting keyinds within the app, so don’t do that.
Duplicate crosshair windows use the same settings as the main window and do not support all of the features of the main window. Settings for duplicate crosshairs will not be saved and all duplicate windows will be closed if the main window is closed. Duplicate crosshairs cannot follow the mouse.
To reset all settings and binds to default, press Control-Alt-Shift-R
|✅||Apex Legends||Runs in
|✅||Call of Duty: Warzone||Runs in
|✅||Counter-Strike (1.6)||Runs in
|✅||Dead by Daylight||Runs in
|✅||Escape from Tarkov|
|✅||Destiny 2||Runs in
|✅||Empyrion: Galactic Survival||Runs in
|✅||League of Legends||Runs in
|✅||Halo: The Master Chief Collection||Runs in
|❌||Metro Exodus Gold Edition||Doesn’t work under any circumstances|
|❌||Rainbow 6: Seige||Vulkan-based|
|✅||Rocket League||Runs in
|✅||Star Wars Battlefront 2||Runs in
|✅||Tom Clancy’s The Division 2||Runs in
|✅||Tony Hawks Pro Skater 1+2||Such a fun game!|
Reported from our users, add your resuts
|❌||MacOS arm64 (M1)||Current reports state M1 Macs do not work with CrossOver #93|
|✅||MacOS x64 (Intel)||Tested on Catalina 10.15.1|
|✅||Windows 10 ia32|
|✅||Windows 10 x64||Custom cursors do not show in draggable taskbar area|
|❓||Arch||Tested in v2021.01.01|
|✅||Elementary OS||Tested in v5.1|
|✅||Fedora||Tested in v33 (Shortcut conflicts with desktop switching)|
|✅||Mint||Tested in v20.1|
|✅||Ubuntu||Tested in v20.04.1|
Start developing in
index.html contains the layout and
index.scss contains the styles for the main app
You will need node.js v14.4.X installed. If you have
nvm installed, run
nvm use to switch to the correct node version.
$ yarn && yarn start
Build steps optimized for Mac, see electron.builder for help customizing builds.
wine and mono must be installed for Windows builds (macOS) multipass must be installed for Snap builds (macOS)
$ yarn build
$ yarn release
Then edit the automatically created GitHub Releases draft and publish.
Currently CrossOver only works with windowed applications, use
Windowed Fullscreen mode if your game or application supports it. Windows -
If you absolutely need to use
Fullscreen mode, or your game is not supported by crossover, there is a workaround using AutoHotKey.
Doesn’t work with some games #47, and causes FPS issues in other cases
Install AutoHotKey and run this script with it (save it as
script.ahk and double-click it):
space::Winset, Alwaysontop, , CrossOver
Once in-game, pressing space should put the crosshair over the screen, even in fullscreen mode.
Check your desktop environment. CrossOver may not work on KDE, try GNOME if you experience issues.
An extra big thanks to the crosshair providers, as this wouldn’t be possible without them:
Gaming, Crosshair, Crossover App
See CrossOver in the Electron Apps library
Created by Lacy Morrow