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Old 05-20-2013, 10:08 PM   #1
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Anyone using Photoshop Elements 11?

Switched over to V11 from V10 and feel as though I did a downgrade rather than an upgrade. While it does have some increased functionality, they took out the ability to user change the coloration of the editor page and they took out the ability to disable the project bin. That's now called the Photo Bin. You can hide it but seems that everytime I make a change to a pic it pops back up, then you have to mouse down, click on either the down arrow or the PB icon then the next change do it all over again. Very annoying. Contacted Adobe and they said no way to change the editor page coloration or no way to disable the Photo Bin and I would just have to live with it.

I've decided to just go back to Ver. 10 and use 11 from time to time when I want to do one of the "guided edits" that was not in 10.

Anyone else here tried it and wasn't happy with the new screen layout of some of the other things?
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Old 05-21-2013, 12:04 AM   #2
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