Genuine Fractals.....

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by van dark, Apr 21, 2009.

  1. van dark

    van dark Guest

    I should like to instal and use a Genuine Fractals on my PC.
    Is Genuine Fractals able to run in Windows 2000 and Photoshop 7.0?
    Thanx for reply
    van dark, Apr 21, 2009
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    Joel Guest

    Why not give it a try yourself then report the result here so we can learn
    from you? If you don't have it then why not Google it?

    IOW, it may be possible to find someone using Photoshop v7, but using
    Photoshop v7 on Win2K can be rared. But I think if it works with Photoshop
    v7 then it should work with any OS can run Photoshop 7
    Joel, Apr 21, 2009
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    van dark Guest

    I tried to instal the Genuine Fractals in W2K and Photoshop 7.0 CE,
    without success, of course. No prospect. During the start the GF reports
    a fault windows with Code 1039. And stop all.
    Nice day for everybody.

    John J napsal(a):
    van dark, Apr 22, 2009
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    Paul Guest

    Slurp! Hic!
    Paul, Apr 24, 2009
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    Frank Arthur Guest

    More likely "John J" <> is a total hoax?
    Frank Arthur, Apr 24, 2009

  6. Hi Van,

    You can install version 3.5 on PS 7. I have it installed on my PC, but
    I don't know about the newer versions. For newer than version 3.5
    you'll have to do a Google search for the Genuine Fractal software,
    since it has changed hands from LizardTech and I've noticed that the new
    version is at least up to version 6.

    Noel Carboni has some great Photoshop actions which do many different
    chores in Photoshop. The sharpening actions require that Genuine
    Fractals is installed. These actions are very good, but they do cost a
    small amount ($15 I think)and are worth every penny. Here's the link:

    BTW, I have nothing to do with Noel's business, I am just answering a
    question and giving a link to some worthwhile actions to use with the
    program you requested info about.

    Jerry Cargile, May 12, 2009
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