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yes and sometimes a dotted line surrounds the text

Well that certainly suggests that you could move it. If its highlighted, you should get a "4 way arrow box" that lets you move it, assuming, as grandpabruce notes, you have this function.

 

Was MyDVD9 pre-installed on your pc, or is it store bought / downloaded version?

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Well that certainly suggests that you could move it. If its highlighted, you should get a "4 way arrow box" that lets you move it, assuming, as grandpabruce notes, you have this function.

 

Was MyDVD9 pre-installed on your pc, or is it store bought / downloaded version?

Preinstalled

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Preinstalled

 

Well I think I found the answer, but you won't like it. sad0.gif

 

As Grandpabruce suggested, the option to move the buttons only appears to be aavailable on the "full service", i.e., separately purchased product, as explained in this thread, esp. post 5.

 

Sorry its not the answer you were looking for.

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I keep getting a message that says "Videowave 9 stopped working" after I do a action on it

That's how you change backgrounds of menus as far as I know.

 

I have EMC 10 w/ MyDVD. Maybe someone can point out where I'm wrong, or if MyDVD 9 is somehow different....

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That's how you change backgrounds of menus as far as I know.

 

I have EMC 10 w/ MyDVD. Maybe someone can point out where I'm wrong, or if MyDVD 9 is somehow different....

 

I use the right click message, and for version 9, after right clicking, click on Browse for Background..... There is also a button to the left, under edit, that says Change Menu Background. Both methods result in the same thing.

 

In EMC 10, the only thing that is different is, when you right click, you click on Change Menu Background. The wording is different than in EMC 9, but again, it does the same thing.

 

 

 

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That crashing problem may be solved by putting the program into software render mode. Go to MyDVD top menu, select tools, options and then put a dot near software. Try again.

 

Note: This works for the full version of EMC but may also work for this MyDVD version.

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