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psp 9 and pspx

Posted by elaine_canada (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 12, 06 at 17:28

Can someone tell me if there is a cache that should be cleaned out in these two versions? The last few days when I open either version, and for e.g. have it open a picture - the first tool I click on to work on it, could be text, could be clone, could be paintbrush......the trouble begins. It almost freezes - first it has a small box popup looking for new items, then a box saving cache - takes about 3 min to get the tools working.

I'm wondering if this has happened to anyone else?


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RE: psp 9 and pspx

Been fooling with PSPX and I think I'll have to uninstall and install it over again. I must have broke it! Leave it to me - anything can happen.

RE: psp 9 and pspx

YES! Elaine,
That is exactly what happened to me with PSPX when I first got it so I uninstalled it and went back to PSP8. Then I reinstalled it and it worked fine BUT-------------------
Now I found out something is wrong with the ROTATE feature!
When I have all layers hidden, and one highlighted to be rotated, they ALL ROTATE! I am in the process of e-mailing Corel about it.

RE: psp 9 and pspx

Arrrrgh - ok - guess a girl has to do what a girl has to do! I'll try to get time tonight to do that. I hardly find time to play with it, let alone fool around installing and uninstalling! Thanks for taking the time to answer me.

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