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Adobe has updated its flagship suite of creative tools, bringing new features and updates to key applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, InDesign and Premiere Pro, and introducing Creative Cloud. Here's ZDNet UK's guide to CS6
But it might be the only OS with the patent to do pens the right way…One of the highlights of Adobe's MAX developer conference this year was Photoshop Touch; a tablet application, initially for Android but coming soon for iPad, that's a real application with powerful features. Equally interesting was the device Adobe was demonstrating it on - a prototype Samsung Galaxy Tab with the kind of pressure-sensitive Wacom pen that's been in Tablet PCs for years.
Google has updated its Chrome operating system to include several enterprise-friendly features, such as VPN and secure Wi-Fi support.The updated Chrome OS, announced in a blog post on Wednesday by Chrome for Business group product manager Rajen Sheth, also allows Chromebook users to access virtualised desktop applications such as Photoshop, thanks to a tie-in with Citrix.
Designers and developers in a range of creative professions can now get their hands on Adobe's new Creative Suite 5, which ships today.Whether the new features in updated versions of stalwarts like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash and Premiere Pro are worth the prices Adobe charges is a subject of debate every time a new Creative Suite appears.
Photoshop Senior Project Manager John Nack posted a piece on his blog called Photoshop, Lightroom, and Adobe's 64-bit roadmap where he divulges that Photoshop (CS4) will be available in 64-bit versions for Windows, but only a 32-bit version for OS X.It doesn't mean that the Windows version of Photoshop will be twice as fast as the Mac OS X version though.
Photoshop won't be optimized for Intel-based Macs for at least another year. Could this be a very disturbing trend? Will software makers eventually stop writing software for Mac OS X and only make Windows software since Macs and PCs will run Windows?
update In Novell survey that asks which programs should be ported to Linux, Adobe's software tops the list.
Adobe Systems' Photoshop has been voted the most important application to port to Linux, according to the initial results of a survey carried out by software company Novell. The online public survey, running since mid-January, asks people which Microsoft Windows-only applications they want to use on Linux.
In Novell survey that asks which programs should be ported to Linux, Adobe's software tops the list.
Adobe has released Creative Suite 2.0, which should make life easier for designers working in any combination of Photoshop, InDesign Illustrator and GoLive
Upgrade if you're a legacy QuarkXPress user and you want Mac OS X support; otherwise, try Adobe’s InDesign.
Adobe's Photoshop 7.0 promises to make photo touch-ups sharper, easier and less time consuming. Apple hopes that its support of Mac OS X will sway holdouts into upgrading their OS.
If you're an advanced photographer and don't have Photoshop yet, or if you need natural paint tools, version 7.0 is a must-have. Otherwise, version 6.0 will do the trick.
Apple Computer and Adobe Systems are offering Power Mac and PowerBook buyers the option of buying a number of Adobe's graphics programs for $899, a $1,000 savings. The Adobe Design Collection package includes Adobe's InDesign 2.0, Illustrator 10, Acrobat 5.0 and Photoshop 6.0. Buyers will be able to upgrade to version 7.0 of Photoshop--which is compatible with Mac OS X--when it becomes available. The promotion, which kicked off this week, runs through the end of August. --Ian Fried, Special to ZDNet News
Version 7.0 of Photoshop adds a Healing Brush for retouching, File Browser for easier searches and more to boost a relationship critical to Apple and Adobe.
Adobe Systems on Tuesday announced a rebate program for customers switching from the market-leading QuarkXpress publishing program to Adobe's InDesign. Those who own version 3.0 or higher of QuarkXpress can receive a rebate of $300 when they buy the new 2.0 version of InDesign. Adobe has been looking to boost its share of the market for publishing layout and design software with the new InDesign, which includes a version tailored for Apple's Mac OS X operating system. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News
Software maker Adobe Systems on Tuesday released the next version of its InDesign page design and layout software, an area in which the company is fighting to grab market share from leader Quark. Version 2.0 of InDesign, written for the new Windows XP and Mac OS X operating systems, includes numerous enhancements such as support for XML Web functions and tie-ins to Adobe's Photoshop software. OS X compatibility could give Adobe at least a temporary edge over privately held Quark, which dominates the layout software market with its XPress package. Late last year, Quark began beta testing version 5.0 of QuarkXPress, including a version tailored for OS X. The final version will go on sale this quarter, according to a Quark representative. InDesign 2.0 is priced at $699 for the full version, or $99 for those upgrading from the previous version. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News
Upcoming software from Adobe could help reinvigorate sales of professional Macs, though the biggest boost--the release of Photoshop for Mac OS X--is still up to six months away.
Today's lineup includes Apple CPU plugin, an OS tweak for Power Mac G4 systems; a tweak to Adobe InDesign; Pandora, a prepress production tool for packaging; Version 3.0 of Norbert M.
Today's lineup includes Microsoft Internet Explorer Macintosh Edition for Mac OS X; Apple's Video Extension 1.0; Version 3 of Freeway, SoftPress Systems' Web-production tool; ShadowCaster, an effects plug-in for InDesign; and an innovative file-recovery tool from Thomas Riley.
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