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Looking for advice. Thinking of buying this. Anyone used it or recommend it ? - I am running Leopard now and understand there could be issues - anyone confirm this ?
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Elements 4 is working for me on my macbook with Leopard. But note it is running under Rosetta so it is not very fast.
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I am running Leopard and Elements 4 runs fine. No problems at all.
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thanks for the info

Obviously you have purchased it but would your recommend it against iphoto 08 ?
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What kind of hardware are you running?

I'm on Photoshop Elements 2 right now, but when I upgrade to an Intel based Mac, I think I'll go for Pixelmator.

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What kind of hardware are you running?

I'm on Photoshop Elements 2 right now, but when I upgrade to an Intel based Mac, I think I'll go for Pixelmator.
I have the 2Ghz macbook with the dual core intel processors and 2GB of ram - I've heard of pixelmator - I'll check out their website - thanks
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