I purchased Premiere Elements and Photoshop Elements together right when they were released. Everything is going great, except I can't create albums in the Organizer. If I click the plus buttom it will allow me to make an Album (top) category, but when I try to create albums in that category, it opens a sidebar on the right that says "Add to New Album" (replacing the Tags/Information sidebar). It gives me the option to type in a name, select a category, and drag media to the pane. I do those three things and nothing happens. No album is created, there's no way to close the sidebar, and all the top tool bar items are greyed out (Import, Media, People, Places, Events, Create, Share). Hitting return or escape does nothing, and I can't try to create another album because the green plus is greyed out. I can still open my photos and videos, but the option to edit them in Photoshop Elements or Premiere Elements is also greyed out.
I'm using a new Macbook Air with Mountain Lion 10.8.2.
Thanks in advance for the help!
Do you click the Done button when you're done?
You're on a Macbook Air, which has a pretty small monitor screen. (Some have as little as 800 or less vertical screen resolution.) If your screen resolution is less than 1280x1024, it's possible you can't see the entire program's interface.
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