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Windows 7: PSP 7 compatibility

01 Feb 2010   #11
artist

W7 and XP
 
 

I have PSPX on my W7 64bit pc - no problems at all.


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01 Feb 2010   #12
Fantail

7 x64 | 7 x64
 
 

Just another vote for good `ol psp 7.
Don't use it alot anymore but it works, even off a flash drive.
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02 Feb 2010   #13
SmokingMan

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

I installed PSP X and the only issue I've found is that Windows 7 will revert to Windows 7 Basic because the aero feature doesn't work with PSP X. When I'm done Windows reverts back when I close PSP X. Both 7 & X work fine with no real issues I can find. Life's good!

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07 Apr 2010   #14
roeboat

Windows 7, 64-bit
 
 
PsP 7 in Windows 7

I have used PsP7 for years, and have not found a version that I like better. I've only had this new computer, Win7/64bit for about 3 weeks. After reading about compatibility issues, I decided to download the newest version (trial) from Corel to try it out before buying. I'm glad I did, as everything I read in the forums and reviews for issues and problems, occurred. It downloaded fine, but upon opening, would freeze, and hang, and couldn't do a thing. So I bit the bullet, and decided to 'try' to get my PsP7 installed and just see what happened. It works fine, for the basic things. Most of my plugins and filters won't work, but I can live without them. Something is better than nothing for us graphic editors.

Also, I have zillions of fonts in my file. I don't want to install them in my system fonts, but on my old xp would just open them up then open up PsP and I could use whatever font I had opened in PsP without installing it.

It won't let me do this now on Windows 7. (sighhh) I miss that option, and hate to think I have to install them just to use them in my PsP. Any ideas on this? Thxxx
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