Missing "Advanced Dialog" button from Adobe Photo downloader

When importing photos from camera within the photo downloader that comes with the organizer component of Adobe Photoshop Element 9.0 I don't see the "advanced dialog" button as shown below

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According to this support article from Adobe it has to do with resolution below a hight of 800. Unfortunately the maximum allowed resolution I can choose is 1360 x 768, hence 768 is the maximum hight my display supports.

Is there any other work around?

Thanks in advance
a_anis3000Asked:
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OutOfRosenheimCommented:
try this:

http://download.cnet.com/GiMeSpace-Free-Edition/3000-2346_4-75042748.html

it is a virtual desktop manager. May be this is a workaround.
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David BruggeCommented:
What format (RAW, JPG) are the images that you are trying to download?
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a_anis3000Author Commented:
Sorry for the delayed reply, I have been away from my home town for couple of weeks, unfortunately I had hard time finding internet access to reply from there so I had to wait till I was back. Anyway I just the virtual desktop manager, its desktop extension functionality is quite interesting. However the direction of extension is only horizontal apparently, I rather need the vertical extension. Additionally it doesn't seem to affect photoshop downloader, it still insist that the resolution height is at least 800 for the "advance dialog" button to appear

Anyway I managed to solve the problem. I found a way to force windows to allow me to select a resolution beyond the native one supported by my monitor, which is done through the Nvidia control panel.

This can be found in Nvidia control planel >> Display >> Customize button. Where you can create your custom resolution. Once saved the new resolution will appear in the Screen Resolution in Windows.




 
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a_anis3000Author Commented:
I found my own solution for my problem which I have included in my last comment
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