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The crack in the basement floor looks like it goes under the wood as well. Cracks in foundations tend to let water in. Water + wood = mold. I hope you have sufficient crack repairs done and an underlay in place that will help to prevent moisture transfer into the wood floor, but most options I am aware of would make the wood floor match up closer in height ...
Ditra is excellent, why not use a transition strip from the tile to the hardwood. You can get them in marble, stone or metal and they are perfect for situations like this. You don't want to be tearing up the cracked tiles in 1 year.
Use a thinner crack isolation sheet, ask for "slip-sheet" at the tile store. Some will bridge cracks up to 1/8" wide. Note, although slip-sheet works great for cracks caused by horizontal movement, they are not great for preventing cracks caused by vertical movement.
Kover Krack, textured type from Sherwin Williams just brushes on the paint over.
Stress Crack Tape, a new product out, self adhesive. There is also Goodbye Cracks Elastic Crack Cover Spray. Do a search, these look promising. Even the ones I re paper taped still crack with the ground shifts. I am going to try the above this time. The reviews are good.
I would fill the cells solid at least one course above the crack then restrike the joints
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