4 Replies Latest reply on Feb 26, 2012 2:01 PM by Omegaman22

    Windows XP User problem with CS5

    Omegaman22

      Following a recent security scare, I stopped running XP as a User with Administrator rights and changed to being a Power User. Shortly after, CS5 started to behave very oddly. My arrow  and delete keys ceased to function and I could not have any more than one floating box open at any one time. Running as an Administrator, however, works fine. I deleted all preferences and even reinstalled CS5, but to no avail. It's a real pain having to switch users just for InDesign, especially as I need to have other programs, including the web, open at the same time, but don't want to run the security risks of a Trojan. Should I create a new user and start over? I can't understand why CS5 should differentiate betwen users - it seems bizarre to me.