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I'm sorry but I can't help you with iPhones. I hope you find some good advice online :)
Hmmm... can you copy the files from the discs onto your old computer then maybe onto a flash drive or ext hard drive - or upload to a file storage site- then copy/download onto your new computer and install? Or copy the whole PhotoDraw folder from your Win7 Programs folder onto a flash drive and copy it over that way? I'm sure I've done something like that before. My PhotoDraw is still working mostly with Windows 10, though I've lost a couple of functions lately (my backgrounds won't tile seamlessly, and the colour picker is erratic). I so wish they'd scrub it up and bring it back - such a good program!
"Hello. I have solved 3D problem for some years, download this missing d3drm.dll file.Throw it in where Photodraw is installed"Hi beppe, thank you for the suggestion! The 3D is working on my Windows 10 laptop, but I will try your idea if it stops working, and other people may want to try it :)
Hi, I think your English is excellent, and thank you for your comment (sorry, I only just saw it today)! I love to hear of other people still appreciating Photodraw :)
I just saw your comment - thank you! It's great to hear of other people recommending Photodraw :)
Sorry, I just saw your comment - thanks! It's good to hear that you are still using PhotoDraw and recommending it :)
Oops sorry, I just saw your comment - thanks! I'm so pleased when I hear of other PhotoDraw fans :) And your English is excellent, I wish I could speak another language!
Haha thanks :)
Hi, thanks for your comments- it's interesting that you have Coreldraw and Photoshop, and yet you still use Photodraw! I couldn't imagine not having it on my computer (although I use Paint.net for a few things, such as making ares transparent/different color, and sometimes for drawing a curved outline).
Thanks for your feedback - good to know that the method is OK'd by professionals :) Hope your treatment works well!
Hi Judy, I'm sorry I didn't reply earlier - just saw your post. I hope you've managed to get some solution for your cyst! I would always recommend getting proper medical advice of there's any likely risk - and being on an artery sounds as if you would have to be very careful applying pressure. Good luck :)
Your wrist brace idea is very clever - whatever works to apply steady pressure across the cyst. I hope it works for you, as it sounds pretty far gone and it's probably a 'weak' area now. If you do have to get it drained, it could be worth keeping an eye on it and bandaging at night (or using your brace) when you see signs of it re-appearing, to discourage it from forming ;)
Wow, I'm so pleased it worked for you, Velinda! Thanks for sharing your success and photo :)
Nice work. I'd recommend using a dark pot to absorb the heat too ;)
You're welcome! I'm so glad it helped you, and I hope you manage to get rid of the cyst altogether :)
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Wow, thanks Downunder35m - could be a good solution there! A friend is having trouble with his installation on Windows 10 so I'll suggest your options to him. Thanks heaps :)
OK got rid of 2 of the issues I had !1) To remove the prompt to insert PhotoDraw Disc 2: select Tools> Options > uncheck prompt to insert PhotoDraw Disc 2 (see pic 1 below)2) To remove the file size restriction of 2500 pixels: select Tools> Options > change Picture Quality to Professional, Compression Level to None (see pic 2 below)
PhotoDraw works on Windows 10 :) Even fixed the 3D problem! I've just installed PhotoDraw2 on my latest computer with Windows 10. There were a few issues and it said it was not compatible, but I persisted and it's working. I had to restart my computer before it would save the files as .jpg or .gif, and it still keeps asking me to insert Disc 2 despite my clicking the ‘ignore’ and ‘don't show me this again’ buttons - a minor problem. I manually copied all the extra files from the disc folders (CD2) into the photodraw folders on my computer, so that I would have the full range of textures, edges etc. the only thing that was missing was the 3D fonts, but I even found a solution to that online, and now they work beautifully! (Microsoft Answers- download install …
PhotoDraw works on Windows 10 :) Even fixed the 3D problem! I've just installed PhotoDraw2 on my latest computer with Windows 10. There were a few issues and it said it was not compatible, but I persisted and it's working. I had to restart my computer before it would save the files as .jpg or .gif, and it still keeps asking me to insert Disc 2 despite my clicking the ‘ignore’ and ‘don't show me this again’ buttons - a minor problem. I manually copied all the extra files from the disc folders (CD2) into the photodraw folders on my computer, so that I would have the full range of textures, edges etc. the only thing that was missing was the 3D fonts, but I even found a solution to that online, and now they work beautifully! (Microsoft Answers- download install d3drm.dll at http://www.anarchia.com/ and place it in the folder C:\ Program Files (x86) \ Microsoft Office \ Office).
Oh, I really hope it works for you and that you get some relief! Perhaps elevate your foot when you can to help the fluid drain away? Good luck!
Thanks, Lextone.... I was wondering too :)
Good luck! If it's been there a while, it may take several goes to reverse the leakage and heal the surrounding tissues. Hope it works for you :)
You may need to bandage it for a few nights until the tissue surrounding the ganglion settles back into place, otherwise the sac will still be there and inclined to re-fill with fluid. I was warned that they often re-occur (I guess there's a weakness in the tissue in the first place, so fluid can seep in). Hope you manage to get it under control - they're a small thing but surprisingly annoying!
Great! I'm so pleased it worked well for you :)
Hi Marty, nice to see another fan. I still use PhotoDraw2 every few days or so. Shame about the 3D, and I find it's a bit messy to get the full range of background etc., but do-able. I wonder if anyone has a work-around for the 3D issue?I'm hoping I won't have to change to Windows 10 anytime, as I suspect that may be a step too far for PhotoDraw, and my life wouldn't be the same without it ;)
Sorry it's not working for you... I'd give my hand a rest if I were you; maybe just bandage at night without the eraser, and if your cyst isn't draining away see a doctor about getting it drained. Good luck!
Yes, great advice, thanks... pulling forward is a big help, as is working out the turning arc before starting (I even mark it with witches' hats if there are no handy reference points or if there are obstacles to avoid).
I'm glad you're getting a professional to look at it- sounds nasty if you've already been smashing it (OUCH!) and it's gone hard. Hope you get it sorted!
Glad it seems to be working for you! Hope you have further success :)
I'd still be inclined to try bandaging overnight for a while to see if it works, especially if it's not too big yet, and I guess it's worth trying the wrist split too - both non-invasive, cheap and should be harmless if you don't overdo it - but you may need to seek medical opinion as it sounds as if it's a big problem for you. Good luck, and let us know how you go :)
You're lucky to have a physician in the family- great that you got good treatment and as you say by someone qualified. Thank you for the note that the pressure/bandage should only be used if the cyst isn't too full of fluid- that's worth remembering :)
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Interesting - thanks for sharing, and for the pic. Hope it works for you :)
Hi Raffy, thank you for taking the time to share your experiences! Your cyst sounds a real nuisance,but I wouldn't be too hard on yourself - we all develop weaknesses in our bodies as we age, but I agree that exercise can help, especially with circulation, which may help to drain away the fluid that collects in cysts.I'd be inclined to watch the problem spot and, if you see the swelling begin again, you could try bandaging it at night to see if it helps to stop it developing... also try keeping your foot up when you can to help stop the liquid collecting in your feet.... but that's just my opinion and I'm certainly not a doctor- don't do anything that could be harmful without medical advice, of course.Good luck- I'll be keen to hear how you go!
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