Don't be stingy. What about my other 3 questions about versions and when and where you got it?
4 words do not make for a good 2 way conversation. If you really want any help. be more wordy. If you just wanted to rant, then you have completed it. Have a nice day.
Corel? How did that get into it? Where/when did you get your copy of PhotoShow? What version are you running? Did Corel have a version of PhotoShow? Are you using a version earlier than version 5 or a specialized version of the program modified by Corel?
Over a year ago, Roxio bought out the company that developed PhotoShow. The earlier versions no longer work with the current on-line set up but that was not because of W7. [/i]
I have used Roxio version 5 for the past 3 or 4 years and loved it. (I downloaded it from the internet and purchased the disk, I thought it said Roxio on it but maybe it didn't) When I got a new computer with Windows 7 on it I went to the Microsofe site to see if Photoshow 5 was compatable with it, it was not listed at all. So, I went to the Roxio PhotoShow site and asked the live support person and was told by them that it was not compatable. I then purchased a copy from the Roxio site (and Disk also)and installed it on my Windows 7 computer. I did not try to install the version 7 since I was told that it is not compatable. I have been struggling with the new version which to me seems to have less flexability than the other version. There are parts of it that I do like better. I really have no desire to post any of my shows on the internet. I mostly do memorial type of shows so a lot of the transitions and themes or whatever this version calls them don't seem appropriate to me. I make the show burn to a couple disks for the family and that is it. I use primarily the carousel type transitions and they used to have a choice of backgrounds that you could see as the pictures were cycling through.