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Almost working perfectly, just a Save for Web problem

I've been trying Photoshop 7.0 in Crossover Office 5.0.1, and it almost appears to be working. I got the program error message, but solved this (it was a TWAIN problem - After a few tries, a box popped up saying that there was an error with the TWAIN drivers, and everything started working).

However, there's a minor problem with the 'Save for web' option. If I choose GIF as the file type, the 'Colours' select box has '??@?' as the contents. If I click the dropdown arrow and choose a number, it says 'Value must be numeric' (or something similar, I'm not near my Linux PC at the moment) and crashes. Anyone know of a solution for this?

Have you found a solution to this problem?

if so, please email me: mcgroovin at gmail dot com

This issue kills most of my PS needs

I've found that if you go into the box and type the number then click on "GIF". The number vanishes but works fine. You can then enter the number again and it stays there. It works too if you click other boxes or the palette, etc.
Another way to enter the number just once is to type it in then press "Enter". The "save as" box appears, but just click "Cancel" and the number stays in place. This seems to reduce the number of errors.
Often I find that when the program hangs there is a hidden small pop-up window which says something like "Numberic value not entered .... please click OK". I have managed to find this box by pulling down the window labelled "Save for Web" right to the bottom of the screen.
Good luck!

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