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Rosetta and Photoshop Elements 2.0


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I've recently been having problems running Photoshop Elements 2.0 on my MacBook. It had been working correctly, but now it just isn't. I kind of suspect it could have something to do with my scanner, as that's the only thing I've changed recently, but I did a fresh install and it still didn't launch correctly. Attached is the crash report.
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