Last night I spent more than an hour deleting the EMC10 from my PC and any previous version of Roxio EMC. I also removed any occurance of any Roxio entry in the Registry.
Today I re-installed the EMC10 from the CD that I purchased a couple of weeks ago. I was not surprised that the problem was not resolved.
I have a Dell XPS (High Performance) PC purchased in late 2003.
I use Windows XP and the windows are 100% up-to-date. Last time I asked Dell if there was any new drivers available they were unable to answer, so I dont take any chances by experimenting with new Drivers.
Now some info of how this problem happens.
I import the Auto-fill from disc. I did not use any style yet, to see if the style causes the problem.
The Show/Hide Object Boundaries is checked.
The track list show on the Booklet page and on the Back (label)page. I can add the track numbers by Right Clicking on the text and select Numbered.
Then if i try to edit the text and click Ok ... the countour of the text box that contains the track titles is there, but the text is invisible. If i right Click again and select Edit Text with the Tracl List Properties window ... the track titles are there... but they are not visible when I return to the Booklet or Back page.
I tried different fonts, just in case a font color is the problem, the tracks text is not visible.
If I select a style, the track text shows up again, but the minute I try to edit it, it vanishes again. It will return if Re-select a style again.
This problem does not occur when I edit the tracks List text on the CD label view page.
After editing the track list text and click OK the text vanishes, but I click Cancel the text stays.
The Track List is checked (to be visible) in the Show/hide Smart Objects
so whats next? Remove ECM10 again and go back to ECM9?