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    <http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop/main.html>

    Is this the long awaited PS 8?
    Norbert Guest

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    Yes, Photoshop CS is the next version of Photoshop ("Photoshop 8").
    Robert Guest

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    Ian Lyons "IS CS v. 8.0?" 9/29/03 4:52am </cgi-bin/webx?13.2ccd90ba/0>
    Pierre Guest

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    No big thing.
    Looks like a step backward.
    Norbert Guest

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    Looks like a step backward.




    In what way?
    Robert Guest

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    Too many features for home users like picture matching.
    The good side is 16 bits. Perhaps the text on a path.
    Norbert Guest

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    If you need Camera RAW and never forked over the $99 for it, at least it
    comes included in this bunch. I guess I'm lucky my 10D wasn't supported by
    camera raw as I just saved myself some money. :-)
    --
    Rob


    Robmeister Guest

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    Because Canon did not supply the files to Adobe, shame on Canon and Canons Software stinks.
    I use Breezbrowser for my Canons/
    Norbert Guest

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    Honestly, I don't think we'll ever know who was really to blame -- Canon
    will say Adobe and Adobe will say Canon. I think the original RAW plug-in
    was a one time deal that Adobe never intended to upgrade. My question would
    now be -- are they planning on adding new cameras to this plug-in in the
    future or would we have to wait for the next update to Photoshop before they
    are made available?
    --
    Rob


    Robmeister Guest

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    I was reading the article about the new version and it mentioned converting
    square pixels to round ones. Can somebody explain how that's done, please?



    Frodo Guest

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    Who knows.

    It also looks like they droped the PSD files and have now an other one called cs.

    BTW all upgrades are called now CS. What does this stand for?
    Norbert Guest

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    Better support for 16-bit is welcome. And at long last we can stop seeing the posts here asking about text on a path. That might be worth 180 bucks in itself.

    Norbert, the CS stands for "Creative Suite", as Adobe wants you to think of Photoshop as just one of the many apps they want to sell you, but when I was growing up, "CS" meant something quite different - related to poultry. I doubt if the guys at Adobe thought of that though...
    dennis Guest

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    Who knows




    I'm sure this question will be addressed shortly.

    BTW: you don't wake up in the morning, decide to include a new model before lunch and release the update by bedtime. It requires a LOT of testing! It requires a LOT of fine tuning!
    Ian Guest

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    Dennis...so, what kind of feathers are those on the box? :-)

    Maybe this is a new kind of Easter egg hunt?
    pope Guest

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    Hmmmm....
    dennis Guest

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    Text on a path!! Woot!!! :) :) :)

    Output swf from IR!! Cool!!

    Custom picture packages!!! Whooooooooo!!!!

    I want it, and I want it NOW!!!

    (Unfortunately I probably won't get it 'till Christmas :()
    Tina Guest

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    what kind of feathers are those on the box? :-) 

    Makes you wonder what C.S. Really stands for.
    Jay

    Jay Guest

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    Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop CS requirements:

    Microsoft® Windows® 2000 with Service Pack 3 or Windows XP
    Mac OS X v.10.2

    No support for Windows98.
    r_harvey Guest

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    > No support for Windows98.

    What for? Even MS doesn't support Win98 anymore.

    Bob

    Bob Guest

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    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!! :( :( :(

    I'm still running '98 I'm used to it. Does this mean I won't be able to run the upgrade????????

    Chris Cox where are you????
    Tina Guest

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