60412Re: [ccd-newastro] Re: Help with computer
- Nov 30, 2007It might be helpful if we could start a table of astro applications are
known to work with Vista and which have issues. The upgrade check that MS
provides can tell for mainstream apps like Photoshop, but is not going to
know much about specialty products. Since this group is not dedicated to
any one brand of hardware or software product, it seems like a good home for
a resource like this.
The database link in Yahoo Groups allows us to create a shared table. I
would suggest columns like this:
*Application Name* *Level* *Version* *Category* *Compatible* *Mostly
Works* *Major Problems* *Comments* Starry Sky Pro 7.5 Planetarium X Telescope
On 11/30/07, sforster12 <SHFORSTER1@...> wrote:
> Regarding software.
> I plan to run:
> 2. Maxim
> 3. Registar
> 4: Images Plus
> 5: Photoshop CS and 6.0
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Murray Hammick <mphammick@...>
> > It might be a bit more effective to simply list the software that
> he wants to run and put it in a post to this site so others can
> comment on it from a perspective of real-time users.
> > For what it is worth, I can vouch for Photoshop CS3 and Elements 5,
> as well as MaxDSLR , Canon's Digital Photo Professional and a range
> of other web-based products such as Deep Sky Stacker, Neat Image etc.
> > In fact, I have not yet come across any software that has a problem
> with Vista.
> > I asked about Starry Nights and the latest version is supposed to
> be OK as long as you have a good graphics card.
> > Murray
> > jbarnes520@... wrote:
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