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    Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0

    Please don't laugh but we used this software loads, but I am getting issues on Windows 7 Pro 32-Bit with display problems with layers and shapes.

    I've tried compatibility mode for xp, disable visual themes, disable desktop composite. Any ideas or is it time to move on, I don't want to xp mode ideally.

    It was made almost 10 years ago 2004 :-(

    Thanks James

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    Yes I've had the problem too, it runs fine on XP Pro but doesnt run very well at all on Windows 7.

    Realistically it's time to upgrade to a newer version of Photoshop.

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    could try serif drawplus if you don't want the adobe bloat.

    I did manage to deploy photoshop cs3 on win 7 x64.
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