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Hello,

I went to try and open Photoshop today and it went through the loading thing where it says intalizing and stuff but then it quit and said this application quit, yada yada report to apple.

I tried re-installing it and still same thing. Restarted the computer, Nothing.

What should i do?

Its Photoshop CS. 8.0

Edit: by the way imageready loads fine. and they are in the same install package thing

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o nvrmnd, i fixed it i had to disable the twain plug in for some reason. anyone else have this problem?

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Photoshop CS? Not CS 2? To run an Intel-based Mac, right?

I am surprised it works, for the most part, as I believed only CS 2 worked on the Intels...
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no it works fine, i guess it uses rosetta, its a little on the slow side seeing as it isnt a univeral binary, but w/e it works fine. im too poor to upgrade lol. CS3 is going to be soooo much money

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Ok Martin, thanks muchly for the info! :girl:
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