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Old 03-14-2010, 11:56 AM   #2
BobRoosth
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One of my clients just purchased a copy, so I downloaded a trial copy to play with here. I can't speak to the features of the editor (for lack of time to explore), but I can say that it takes longer to load than PS CS3 and the Organizer seems really lame. Within the organizer there does not appear to be a way to show the folder structure of the data. It appears that Adobe wants the user to impose structure strictly by tagging and its own albums. For those of us with years of folders, that is rather useless.

Has anyone else taken a look at the program?
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