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Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 vs MacbookPro 10.7 Lion? Can this software be used on the new MacbookPro 10.7 (Lion)? Oct 11, 2011
I have PSE 10 running on Lion. The only thing I can't seem to do is get my raw files (pics) to load directly from the organizer into the raw software instead directly into the editor. Therefor, I can't edit in raw. This copy of PSE 10 was downloaded from Adobe.
My laptop is dying. Can I use this version (10) that I already own on a second (new) laptop that I have just ordered, or will I have to repurchase? Dec 28, 2014
You should be able to use it on the new laptop. Do you have a hard copy of your version 10 and the License Code? If so, then just install it from your disk and enter the License Code when asked. If not, you can clone from one laptop to the other (e.g. using Casper), but I would likely check with Adobe support on the best way to accomplish your needs if you installed from a download.
For the D300S you need Camera Raw v5.5 or above. PSE 8 shipped with 5.5, so PSE versions 8 and above should handle your NEF raws.
Is it better than the elements 7 I'm using now. In the version I'm using, lettering appears to be overlaid by a mesh. Will upgrading cure this? Aug 16, 2014
I have never used version 7 so am not aware of exactly what the issue is. I have not had any issues with the appearance of lettering in Elements 10. Besides, the newer features of v9, v10, etc. make upgrading worthwhile, I suggest.
what is the operating system requirement for windows? does PSE 10 work with Windows 7 and Vista? Nov 22, 2013
Mine is working like a dream on Win 7.
Is it possible to put two different photos together into one? I know I can open one and it becomes the background, but is it possible to open anothe Oct 16, 2013
If someone is missing from the photo, or you have two photos where not everything is right, you can put the two together. It would require selecting the part you want from one and moving it into the other. I taught this as a fun project in my Computer Art class where the student would have their picture taken and then insert it into a famous place from Art History. (Like climbing the pyramid in Egypt). We used the full version of PhotoShop, but I have a friend who does it with Elements all the time. Just do a file>open for each photo and go from there. I would have to research the directions for Elements but I know it can be done.
I have elements 10 which worked fine for Nikon D90 NEF files, presently purchased D7100 & elements 10 says there is something wrong with file. Oct 13, 2013
I'm no digital geek, but try a different memory card, or maybe a different kind of card reader. I had the same thing happen to me with a Nikon D300, and once I switched the card, it was all right. Worth a try, anyway. BruceS