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I have an off-list question regarding Genuine Fractals Print Pro, but I recall that GF discussion has taken place here in the past. My immediate need for GF is to re-size a 50Mb file to 300 or 400Mb, so I can make a large format print of a portion of the image. After firing up GF Print Pro, I find that any effort to re-size this 50 Mb file is taking forever. While the documentation that came with GF is sparse, and tech support is closed for the holidays, I was hoping that someone out there has the answer to this problem. I installed the 1.0.7 upgrade patch, and the GF Print Pro plug-in is running in Photoshop 5.0.1 on a G3 Mac with 768 Mb of Ram (450 Mb assigned to Photoshop). The documentation indicates that GF Print Pro may use virtual RAM and disk cache (is this actually an improvement?) to lessen RAm requirements. I've never used virtual RAM, as my dynamic RAM is usually adequate. If this is the problem, is there some way to get this software to utilize dynamic RAM? Richard - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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