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  1. Hi Igor, Thank you very much. We have it sorted now. Clive and Joan
  2. Today I have published a sequence as a 'Publish for Mac' .pteav version, but it will not play. An older version published back in February with a Beta PTE does play and one published as a .exe for Windows will play on a Windows laptop. I have PTE-AV-Player-3 running with PTE AV Studio 10.5.1 and Mac Big Sur 11.3. Any ideas please. First time I have published a sequence since installing the latest Big Sur update! Thanks, Clive
  3. Hi Igor, In the light box, it is possible to right click and rotate an image clockwise and counterclockwise. Would it be possible to be able to flip an image as well - both horizontally and vertically? This would be very useful. Thank you.
  4. Hi Igor (Login problems resolved. Thank you). I would love to try the Beta Mac version, please! I have just purchased the PTE AV Studio Pro licence. So I am ready and waiting! I am using ... iMac 27inch (Brand New 2020 version) • 3.3 GHz 6-core, 10th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, Turbo Boost up to 4.8 GHz • 8 GB 2666MHz DDR4 memory (will be upgraded ASAP) • 512GB SSD • Radeon Pro 5300 with 4GB of VRAM memory ALSO MacBook Pro Retina 13 inch with Mac OS Catalina version 10.15.5 • 2.7 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5 • 8 GB 1867 MHz DDR3 RAM • Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536 MB Thank you!!! Good luck!! Kindest regards Joan Ryder Rathband
  5. Any suggestions please? We were preparing for two talks this week using the latest version of PIctures to Exe for the presentations. Everything was checked and ready to go when suddenly the buttons no longer worked and all the Exe files had "vanished" from the hard drive. The folders were empty but further down the line, we could see the file sizes still showing but we could not open any of the relevant files. To cut a very long story short, we discovered that we had picked up a Tuguu virus. It seemed to target all the picture files, the sound files, the working Pte files and more importantly, the Exe files. The anti-virus programme had detected the virus and seemed to have "frozen" the files. We ran the repair function and a quick check revealed that we could play some of the missing AV Exe files. We haven't had time to check to see if all the other missing files are back. Has anyone ever experienced this, please? Thank you.
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