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Corel PSP X6

I have successfully installed Corel PSP X6 trial on two different computers having Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit.

One is ASUS Aspire i5 laptop, the other: one of the newest HP Desktops i7.

Both have a lot of RAM.

Corel PSP X6 behaves exactly in the same way on both computers except of one function: Edit Lines.

On HP Desktop: when "Edit Lines" icon is clicked, a thin dashed line appears inside the icon square area, the cursor changes from the black arrow with the + sign to the black arrow without + sign and I can select the line to be edited. After selecting, the line shows two end nodes that can be moved separately or together.

On ASUS laptop: when "Edit Lines" icon is clicked, the cursor DOES NOT change from the black arrow with the + sign to the black arrow without + sign until I use "Select All" command from the pull down menu BEFORE I click "Edit Lines".

ONLY "Select All" allows to activate the "Edit Lines" command. After that, everything goes identically as on HP Desktop - I can select the line to be edited, two end nodes appear and so on.

Does anyone know why the same program acts differently on two different computers having the same operating system?


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