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OS 10.5 - Leopard ate photoshop!!! HELP?


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After I installed leopard, photoshop won't open. it says "an unexpected and unrecoverable problem has occurred" and then closes.
now being a graphic designer...THIS IS A HUGE PROBLEM!
please, WHAT DO I DO?

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what version of photoshop are you using? and do you have the 10.5.1 software update?
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Its only photoshop 7
I was always happy with it so i haven't quite gotten around to updating it yet, kinda pricey
and yes I have the 5.1 update, it actually worked fine until i got it
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Unfortunately, according to Adobe who states "Likely to encounter issues for which there is no resolution" in regards to Photoshop 7, I don't there is any help to resolve the issue outside of upgrading your version of Photoshop.

http://www.adobe.com/support/product...ardsupport.pdf

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