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Old April 14th, 2009, 10:50 AM
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Benny, I didn't know that. This is great! It makes life much easier. Thanks for the link! I need to spend some more time at your website -- there are some really neat goodies.


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Old April 14th, 2009, 11:02 AM
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Benny, I must be missing something because I've tried your link directly and indirectly and I don't get anything to run or save. There's just a long page of text featuring the word "echo" many times on the left side. Is this it?
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Old April 14th, 2009, 11:07 AM
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Benny, I must be missing something because I've tried your link directly and indirectly and I don't get anything to run or save. There's just a long page of text featuring the word "echo" many times on the left side. Is this it?
The word echo etc. is part of the code, which shouldn't be shown!
It seems it is opened in your text viewer such as Notepad, or maybe IExplorer instead. It work here, and it also work on other computers running XP or vista. So I don't know why it isn't work on your computer?

Solution:
Right click and drag, release mouse and choose "Create Shortcuts Here" from the popup menu.
Right Click the Shortcut > Properties, and prefix the target with CMD /C
Something like this:

CMD /C "D:\Documents\OpenFolder.CMD"

Ok. Then try your shortcut.


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Old April 14th, 2009, 11:10 AM
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Thanks for that info Sepiana. I am using XP so that's why I don't have the ProgramData. So I just use the Program Files path that sends me to the Elements 7 folder and I don't need to add the download to any specific folder inside that already exists........ if I'm understanding you correctly.

But before I download the full package I would like to know if you or anyone else has downloaded/used the full ElementsPlus package for PSE 7? I'm just not sure if there would be any harm done to Elements by adding all these extras and whether or not they really do work well enough in Elements to be considered worthwhile.

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Hi Paul,

You don't use the Program Files path. If you have Windows XP, Elements+ will install itself here:

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Adobe\Photoshop Elements\7.0\

I don't have first-hand experience with Elements+. But I have read several threads and the comments are favorable.
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Thanks for all your help guys

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I have Elements+ and I did not have any problems. When I downloaded it, I just click on the installer and it self installs and everything went great.
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That's good to know Johnny as I was wondering if it was worth the money for the complete set.

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