I have been using Corel Graphics Suite version 9 under windows-10 which I had obtained as an upgrade from Windows-7 and the only problem I'd noticed was that the eraser and other tools would 'jerk' up and to the left when activated by pushing the left mouse button.
I just re-installed windows-10, a clean install from an iso downloaded from MS and the first time I installed Corel Graphics Suite v9, everything seemed to work as it had under win-10 upgrade. Of course, the help wouldn't work so I applied a 'fix' involving a script run as admin. After that CGS wouldn't run until troubleshot for compatibility and run in win-xp SP3 mode. Now all seems to run but photopaint is FULL SCREEN with no minimize 'button' or resize button or menu toolbar.
I will try other compatibility settings because I think I saw that originally it was pre-XP.
Any help appreciated.
Y'r ol' Bud, Fike
Here are the procedures and settings I used to get PP X6 brushes to be stable.
THEY ARE FOR WIN 7 PRO AND PHOTOPAINT X6.I didn't like win 10 or Photopaint X8.
1. Right click on an empty spot on the desk top.2. Click on Personalize. This comes up.3. Choose the windows 7 Basic theme4. Click on Window ColorThis comes up.5. Then click on the circled dialog.6. Click on each item in turn. 7. Enter the values below8. Click OK after each entry
Here are my entries.Let us know how you made out.
If you do a lot of retouching, Magic Fill in the last few versions of PaintShopPro or Content Aware fill in older versions of Photoshop are very useful.
Phil (Retired electrical engineer)
will these settings work for CD9 suite on Win 10? Having same problem with PP9