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I'm making a slide show with Photo Show in Roxio Creator 2010 Pro. Arranging and deleting slides takes 15 seconds for each slide I arrange or delete (Actually timed it)and I get the following message: "A script in this movie is causing Adobe Flash Player 10 to run slowly. If it continues to run your computer may become unresponsive. Do you want to abort the script?" If I answer YES it takes another 15 seconds before I can try to make another change after which the message appears again. Answering NO makes no difference. I have about 30 slides to remove from the show and that means 15 minutes or longer to accomplish at the rate I can do delete them.

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I'm making a slide show with Photo Show in Roxio Creator 2010 Pro. Arranging and deleting slides takes 15 seconds for each slide I arrange or delete (Actually timed it)and I get the following message: "A script in this movie is causing Adobe Flash Player 10 to run slowly. If it continues to run your computer may become unresponsive. Do you want to abort the script?" If I answer YES it takes another 15 seconds before I can try to make another change after which the message appears again. Answering NO makes no difference. I have about 30 slides to remove from the show and that means 15 minutes or longer to accomplish at the rate I can do delete them.

 

The free PhotoShow in Creator 2010 is the on-line version and therefore relies on your Internet connection and on how busy their servers are. Try again later.

 

Note: the free service limits the number of images you can use in that version. Perhaps you are just adding too many. Did you buy the upgrade? Go to this page and then select "WHY UPGRADE" to see the limits. That may also be the cause of the script error.

 

With the upgrade, you can download the V6 desktop version and then upload that or burn it to a disc. Note that the V6 desktop does NOT have some of the features in the on-line version (like edit photo).

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The free PhotoShow in Creator 2010 is the on-line version and therefore relies on your Internet connection and on how busy their servers are. Try again later.

 

Note: the free service limits the number of images you can use in that version. Perhaps you are just adding too many. Did you buy the upgrade? Go to this page and then select "WHY UPGRADE" to see the limits. That may also be the cause of the script error.

 

With the upgrade, you can download the V6 desktop version and then upload that or burn it to a disc. Note that the V6 desktop does NOT have some of the features in the on-line version (like edit photo).

 

Thanks for the reply, Steve. When I upgraded to Premium, I downloaded and installed the Photoshow V6 from the website before I ran into the problem. I just double checked and it is version 6.0.0 build 830. The version that I had prior to the download was also 6.0.0 build 830. I had checked for updates because I was having problems burning to disc which the update solved. But as I said the update was 6.0.0 build 830. That was before I upgraded to premium and downloaded and installed V6. I just downloaded and reinstalled the V6 "just in case". I finished that project so I'll have to wait to see next time I do a large project. That last one did have right at 400 pics.

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