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  1. Gentlemen, I hope that you now appreciate the dilemma that we moderators face. If we do not step in and take action, you complain. If we do step in with a promise to take action, you complain. Who'd be a moderator! regards,. Peter
  2. Dave/Gary, Not so long ago you both asked me to intervene in a topic that you felt had been hijacked. This topic is about Lightroom Tutorials. What are you two discussing? I haven't time to sort this out tonight. If you two haven't sorted it out by tomorrow morning, I will. regards, Peter
  3. Ross, The upgrade that Gérard gave you the link for is the upgrade of PicturesToExe to PictuersToExe Deluxe version 7.5. The VideoBuilder program is not and never has been purchaseable as a separate entity. It is a separate program that is included within the downloaded installation file for PicturesToExe. Ever since VideoBuilder was developed, PicturesToExe Standard included the VideoBuilder code but did not activate it. PicturesToExe Deluxe included the Videobuilder code and also activated it using a second registry key. If you had PicturesToExe Deluxe v6.0 you also had VideoBuilder v6.0. You say that you had/have v7.0.7 of PicturesToExe so you would also have v7.0.7 of VideoBuilder. From version 7.0 of PicturesToExe onwards there has been just the one product: PicturesToExe Deluxe. New purchasers of the product receive a single "key" that unlocks the entire product. That key takes the form of a typical software "serial number" i.e.4-6 groups of 4-6 characters each. regards, Peter
  4. Thanks for this. I have struggled to get to grips with Lightroom. Now I might have a better chance. Peter
  5. Ross, Welcome to the PTE Forum! Please note that, with just one or two exceptions, the users of this forum are fellow users of the software. We are not Wnsoft employees. It is not our job to formulate a solution - that is the role of the software developers at Wnsoft. The company has a reputation for listening to its users and developing the features that they have asked for. Therefore, these discussions (occasionally rambling on, I admit) serve a very useful purpose in informing the developers about the features that the user base feels are missing or in need of refinement. We try to be a friendly bunch and do our best help one another. regards, Peter
  6. Marcel, I think your new key may be slightly incorrect. Go to the Wnsoft.com website and "Raise a ticket" on the Support page. regards, Peter
  7. Derek, Yes, the quality difference is very apparent, isn't it! You have a wonderful talent for capturing, not just record images of the local inhabitants but, at times, images that convey a real sense of the character that lies behind the face. Not every photographer is comfortable taking portraits of the locals (I'm not!); so I envy and respect those who are. For me, your choice of music didn't sit so comfortably with the images as did that in your first sequence. However, we have to recognise that choice of music is always a very personal matter. regards, Peter
  8. You're getting more and more "global" all the time. Congratulations to the translators! regards, Peter
  9. To change main images on slides you should use the Change Image File button. If you do not see one on your Toolbars, go into Settings > Preferences > Toolbars, find it and tick the check box. To change the image associated with a secondary object on a slide, go into the Objects and Animation window, select the Properties tab, browse to the replacement image file and select it. These two techniques change only the relevant image file, all the Animation programming and the Transition programming remain as they were. regards, Peter
  10. Derek, The reason you cannot post directly into the Frequently Asked Questions section and its sub-folders, is that all the original topic posts in that section were created in manner that ensured their contants were accurate and complete (at the time of posting). regards, Peter
  11. Colin, I'm afraid you are giving out of date advice there! For new purchasers of PTE, there is only the one product: PicturesToExe Deluxe. There is only one key and it unlocks the entire product (or should do). As from v7.0 the licensing arrangements changed. Those who first purchased PTE at v7.0 or later have a licence that is valid for all future releases of v7.x.x. When v8 of PTE is released they will need to pay an upgrade fee (less than a full purchase price) if they want to upgrade to v8. Cancaya, Go to the Wnsoft website and raise this problem through the Support option: www.wnsoft.com/support/. You will probably be sent a replacement key. regards, Peter
  12. The relevant items should remain as these often see a suggested solution get refined into an even better solution. Even if that is not the case, they can be exploring different aspects of the same or similar problems. That may be useful debate for the developers to read. The irrelevant items would require moderator or admin intervention to remove them. It isn't a difficult task to do the removal. However, out of politeness, every affected poster should be either consulted or advised in advance of the deletion taking place. That would probably consume more man hours than would be expended by Igor reading through the irrelevant items. If he wants his moderators to adopt a harder line on irrelevant posts, I'm sure he will instruct the moderator team accordingly. regards, Peter
  13. Xaver, I'm not so sure about that. If the changes in O&A had been made to keyframe positions or animation effects, doing the Undo/Redo outside the O&A window means that you cannot really be sure what exactly is being undone and redone. regards, Peter
  14. That is a possibility, isn't it. I hadn't thought of it that way. Just out of interest I checked what happened with changes in the Timeline view. The Undo/Redo stack is preserved in its full functionality across a switch from Timeline view to Slides view and back again. It is only the O&A Undo/Redo that exhibits the reported behaviour. regards, Peter
  15. This problem is reproducible on two different systems using v7.5.4 running on Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit. Open an existing project Add an image Go into Objects and Animation Add a second object (independent or child, png or jpeg, it doesn't seem to matter) Make a trivial change (add a bit of zoom or pan or rotate to the second object) Note the colour state of the Undo/Redo icons while you: Undo your change and then Redo your change (So far everything should be as you would expect) Close the O&A window back to the Slides view Note the colour state of the Undo/Redo icons while you: Undo your change and then Redo your change (Yes, you can undo/redo O&A changes from the Slides view - I didn't know that) Go back into O&A Now try to undo/redo your change You cannot! Close the O&A window back to the Slides view Note the colour state of the Undo/Redo icons while you: Undo your change and then Redo your change You still can do it here but not in the O&A window Weird or what? regards, Peter
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