hartpaul wrote:As with most programs you click on the Help menu item and then choose About and that will show you a splash screen with the actual program X2 X3 X4 and the version number.
hartpaul wrote:At this stage I still do not know what program you are having troubles with / You say PSP which is Paintshop Pro, but that comes in versions ....PSP8 ..... PSPX, PSPX1, PSPX2, PSPX3, PSPX4.
And at least X2 X3 and X4 have an Ultimate version
so your statement: "made the (possible mistake) choice of upgrading to the "ultimate" version :" still does not give anyone a clue as to what program or version you are using.
If we know what program / version you are using someone can test out your procedure and see if we have the same problem
EDIT: OK I apologise , I looked up your other posts and now gather that you are using PSPX4 and upgraded to the latest. (PSP X4 126.96.36.199) which is SP2.
I am still on SP1 and do not have that problem you mentioned at the start , so maybe others who have upgraded can check it out.
Though the palette was free floating at the time and I've gone to auto hide+docked perhaps that makes a change.
I'd like to have the old way of being able to auto hide WITHOUT docking. But i guess features are bad.
Simone Corel UK wrote:
Please describe step by step what you are doing:
1. Open PSPX4 Edit mode
2. Open sample picture.jpg from My Pictures
3. Go to Effect -> and so on
4. File - Save as
Result: error message
Then, we will be able to reproduce the problem.
Simone Corel UK wrote:Re: I made the (possible mistake) choice of upgrading to the "ultimate" version - and am now seeing new and exciting bugs
Only for your understanding: there is no difference between PSPX4 and PSPX4 Ultimate. It's made "Ultimate" by installing the Nik filters.
Simone Corel UK wrote:This is it: http://www.corel.com/corel/product/inde ... rod4130078
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