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If you upgraded and the software stopped working, it might mean that your machine is coming up short on the system requirements for the software.
Yes that is pretty obvious to me. But prior to the update, it worked fine. Now I have lost the ability to do work. I paid for a subscription for the month of January. I am being ripped off money, because half way through I cannot use the subscription any longer. I do not think it is fair that I discover this problem after updating my software in good faith that all would be well after. Now I have to buy a new computer because I updated. There should have been an obvious warning that there maybe an issue with 2008 iMacs after updating.
It's not so much the money, well I guess the $2500.00 I just spent on a Macbook ain't chicken feed. Its the fact I'd already done some work on many photos, now lost. I have had to re-import all the photos onto the Mac book- more time eaten up doing a frustrating resetting up of everything and now I have to go through the inevitable duplicates ect. and reedit all those photos. Progress my ***...LOL
I guess its my tuff luck. The way of the world,... I know...