> Don, if you send a copy of your receipt, Ulead MIGHT give you a ___ upgrade.
> I'll leave it to them to make the final answer.
> I'd sure take a shot at it...
> > > > I'm having trouble making jpeg "save as" options stick in PI5. In PI4,
> > > > once I had set the type and level of compression I wanted, it would
> > > > remain; in PI5 I seem to have to specify it every time I "save as." I've
> > > > played with the "save options dialog" settings, but PI insists on
> > > > wanting to save jpeg in "progressive" mode at 75%, no matter how often I
> > > > tell it something different.
> > > Yes, it's a pain in the neck. You can, however, make your own presets in
> > > Image Optimizer. You still have to select it instead of JPG, but as long as
> > > PI5 is open, I've found that mine "sticks" to my preset after I save the
> > > first image.
> > > Stephanie
> > > http://www.eastofthesun.com
> > Thanks for the commiseration and advice from everyone. My other option
> > is to continue to use PI4 for sessions that are heavy in jpeg-saving. A
> > shame, but...
> > Don
> > (Oh, I know, I should buy PI6, but I've only had PI5 up for less than a
> > month!)
Worth a try, perhaps, but my plaintive "only had up for less than a
month" might have misled you: I've actually OWNED PI5 since last March;
I just got around to installing it a few weeks ago. It's difficult to
place blame very far from home base! (And PI4 IS still installed, and it
avoids a few other annoying quirks in PI5 as well...)