curvemeister causing crashes in CC

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Re: curvemeister causing crashes in CC

Postby julie » Sun Dec 11, 2016 10:41 pm

Hi
I have noticed this 'wrong' way as well. I think it's when I move it quickly and I wonder if the lag means I actually hit the x.
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Re: curvemeister causing crashes in CC

Postby sjordan93436 » Wed Dec 14, 2016 11:04 pm

I am going back to CS6. I have had some very annoying bugs with the interface between LR and PS. I can do well with one image at a time, but I have some big projects and LR is very problematical. It is not CM fault, just time to get back to basics and off the upgrade treadmill.

I still have PC CC and CM for now if there is some nice new feature I need.

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Re: curvemeister causing crashes in CC

Postby gregmeister_admin » Thu Dec 15, 2016 7:06 am

The CM version you have should work in all of the PS versions you described.

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Re: curvemeister causing crashes in CC

Postby sjordan93436 » Mon Dec 19, 2016 5:35 pm

It is a little complicated. LR CC on my laptop wants to run PS CS6 32 bit. It gives all sort of errors when it runs CS6 64 bit. I can run CS64 directly, but not LR CC. Weird. I installed CM 64 bit. When I run PS CC and it crashes, it corrupts subtly LR catalog. Long story. No real answers, and it LR cc and PS Cc are now happy. It took a version change to fix it.

I think there is a something strange with Apples boot camp and Win 10 and PS CC and CM. I cannot zoom the display in CM.

Now I can run PC CC and CS6. Sometimes I need to back to something that works.

Nothing wrong with curvemeister. I love the program.


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