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Windows 7: adobe bridge CS4 and CS5 changing theme

13 Aug 2010   #1

Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows server 2008
adobe bridge CS4 and CS5 changing theme

hey guy's

when ever i open adobe brdige CS4 or CS5 ( yes it happens with both ) for some reason it likes to revert from my normal theme back to the minimalistic theme. now this computer is by no means what so ever inadequate. cant for the life of me work out why its doing this. had no problems when i was running win7 RC 7100 64bit version and have since installed the official version of win 7 ultimate which is when this started happening.

now i know it does this when a program needs more resources or something like that but like i said this computer is by no means inadequate.

Intel core i7 920
Asus P6T deluxe V2
6gb DDR3 corsair dominator ram ( tripple channel )
ATI radeon HD 4870 with xigmatek battle axe GPU cooler
1TB segate drive
1000W corsair HX1000 PSU
thermal right true copper heatsink (1.9 kg of pure copper :) )
butt load of fans

so yeah can't for the life of me work out as to why it would
be needing to revert back into that mode

here a some pics to help out with what im takling about.
this the theme normaly

and once i open adobe bridge CS5 or CS4

now its not like its effecting my work or anything like that but still its annoying the hell out of me coz i loose alot of things that i tend to use like the preview of windows when you hover over the icons on the task bar and its just annoying.

thanks in advance guy's

P.S no other program other than pain shop pro 9 does this

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13 Aug 2010   #2

Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows server 2008

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