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I have recently installed Photoshop 7 into Ubuntu 8.10 (H,H) and I am finding that certain filters within Photoshop did not work. The filters were the ones that required the ...
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    Photoshop 7 in Linux - Filter problem


    I have recently installed Photoshop 7 into Ubuntu 8.10 (H,H) and I am finding that certain filters within Photoshop did not work. The filters were the ones that required the use of the "Alt" key (For example the "Clone" filter.
    Has anyone found this problem; if so is there a fix?

    Thank you in advance...

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    sorry, but you really can't expect things to run 100% right in WINE...

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    Yar, i just came upon this problem myself, simple solution for either gnome or kde

    I'm using fedora so i don't know about the differences in the menus, and i don't want to look up the command.

    gnome go to:
    System >> preferences >> look and feel >> Windows
    kde... :
    something similar?

    essentially for either desktop envs there should be a program to set the gui windows behaviour. once it has launched you can set the "movement key" from alt (by default) to something else (either ctrl or the uber key)

    -sld

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