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Sorry, but PSA 1 is so old [4 years] that I have forgotten what it did and did not do. PSA SE 3 is really quite a different product, giving you no flexibility in terms of catalog location etc.
PSA 1 was replaced by PSA 2, this by successively Photoshop Elements 3, 4 and 5.
The reason I was wondering is that I paid for PSA 1.0 and was expecting to pay for an upgrade. It seems, however, that PSASE 3.0 is fully-functional for the casual photographer to help them (me) mostly organize, share, and do minor touch-ups with photos.
I'd rather not have to go back and forth between 3.0 adn 1.0 in order to access a couple of feature.
I'll just stick with 3.0 and if I find I need more I'll just upgrade.
Last, related question then: Is there a "paid" upgrade to PSASE 3.0?
Thanks in advance for all replies.
> Is there a "paid" upgrade to PSASE 3.0?
Yes and no. You can utilize the PSA SE catalog with PSE, but there is no particular discount on the cost of the software.
Actually, you can get $20 Off of the retail price for Photoshop Elements
Adobe is more generous than I gave them credit for! :-)
This seems like a good thread for my question:
What are the changes made to the latest version PSA SE 3.2 versus PSA SE 3.0?
I recently installed 3.0 to test the software, was prompted to upgrade to version 3.0.1, which I did.
I started to download the user manual and noticed the latest version is now 3.2, but the program's update feature reports no updates available when checking.
I assume Adobe doesn't keep a public changelog for this application.
Just like to know what I'm looking at while kicking the tires.
Thanks for any info.
> What are the changes made to the latest version PSA SE 3.2 versus PSA SE 3.0?
Vista support, I believe.
BTW, this should really have been a new topic.
Yes, the primary change is Vista support.
We fixed a few bugs as well.