Consider the following scenario:
- On a Windows Vista-based computer, you use Windows Photo Gallery to print a photo.
- On the Windows Photo Gallery toolbar, you click Print. The How do you want to print your pictures dialog box appears.
- You select the paper type that you want to use.
In this scenario, the paper type that you select is unexpectedly changed to a different paper type. However, when you print the picture, the paper type that you selected is actually used.
The sixteenth video tip by PCWizKid. Have you tried the built in Media Center in windows Vista? This is a series review – part 2 on how you can manage your Photos using Picture Library. See my Part 1 for an intro to Windows Media Center.
When you connect a camera, memory card, or other media that contains photos (such as a flash memory drive or CD) to a computer running a 64-bit edition of Windows XP or Windows Vista, the Autoplay dialog does not show options to download the photos with Adobe Bridge CS3 or Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.0 and earlier. Also, the Adobe Photo Downloader for Photoshop Elements does not automatically appear.
Another video from Brandon LeBlanc over at The Windows Experience Blog. This one focuses on Online Photo Backup, one of the components of Windows Live OneCare 2.0.
When you use the Photos screen saver in Windows Vista, the computer does not automatically go to sleep. You expect the computer to go to sleep when it reaches the idle time-out.
A quick overview of Vista’s Photo Gallery, by Nick a the Vista Team Blog. Continue reading “10 Things – Finding photos in Photo Gallery”
Problems with the Nikon NEF codec in Vista? You are not alone. Continue reading “Nikon Codec Issues”