Adobe Photoshop 13.0.2 CS6 update with Retina!
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John P Mulgrew
Registered: Dec 10, 2005
Total Posts: 4493
Country: United States

hahahahahaha



Ronny Mills
Registered: Jun 29, 2004
Total Posts: 693
Country: United States

from Kubota Image Tools...


Hello friends!

If you are a user of our Action DASHBOARD 4 Pro for Photoshop, please read this important message.

Adobe released an update to Photoshop CS6 a few days ago that is NOT compatible with our plugin. We are working closely with Adobe on a solution, and will let you know as soon as a fix is implemented. Until then, if you depend on your DASHBOARD for your daily work, like we do, please DO NOT UPDATE YOUR PHOTOSHOP until further notice.

Photoshop versions from CS5 up to, and including, CS6 13.0.1 work great with our DASHBOARD. In fact, our recently released DASHBOARD plugin update squashes some other random bugs and is working great. The latest Photoshop updates, CS6 13.0.2 and 13.1, will crash when any version of the Action DASHBOARD 4 Pro is used.

If you have already inadvertently updated Photoshop to the latest version, then please un-install your DASHBOARD prior to launching Photoshop. You can easily do this using the Adobe Extension Manager CS6. Simply open the program, select the DASHBOARD extension, and click 'Remove.'

As soon as a fix for this bug is found, you can easily re-install the plugin and all your DASHBOARD Actions will still be there. We will provide simple re-installation instructions when we notify you of the fix.

We apologize for any inconvenience, but unfortunately we don't have much control over Adobe's updates. We just have to do our best to keep working with them on solutions.

If you haven't updated Photoshop yet, rest assured your DASHBOARD is rockin' and is still the best, most efficient, way to power through your image editing!

Aloha,
Kevin Kubota



Lee Saxon
Registered: Jun 07, 2012
Total Posts: 755
Country: United States

Why would anyone not want Cloud? $600/yr ($360 the first year) for almost every piece of Adobe software?

It used to be $2600 for CS6 Master Collection plus ~$700 for CS7 upgrade in 18 months, then ~$700 for CS8 upgrade 18 months after that...

So $1560 rather than $4000, over three years...sounds like a much better deal to me.

Yes, very few people need Master Collection. But I still think it's a better deal than any of the lesser Collections. And it's nice to have access to all those programs for the rare occasion you might need them (I use Acrobat half a dozen times a year, for example)



Mickey
Registered: Aug 14, 2002
Total Posts: 4651
Country: United States

Why would anyone want the Cloud? All I need or want is Photoshop.

$300 (give or take) to upgrade and I'm good until the next new version. The likes of which I generally buy only for the new features or just so I don't fall too far behind on versions. I'm not a professional as are most of the members here.

$300 over three years sure beats $1560. How is access to a Master collection of software products a benefit when you don't know how to use them? Is anyone really going to learn how to use software that they "rarely" use?

Add living in an area without high speed Internet and Cloud becomes impossible. Why do you think Adobe even still offers single copy purchases.

I won't fault Adobe's business decision about this until they shut out (or price out) the single copy user. Then they will lose another customer.



SoundHound
Registered: Jan 14, 2006
Total Posts: 5318
Country: United States

I now, periodically, have to enter my SN into the "Trial" window at startup. Thanks Adobe. When CS7 is released I will think very carefully about upgrading. Can't imagine how well the cloud will work on 2Gb + panos.



WAYCOOL
Registered: May 15, 2004
Total Posts: 2421
Country: United States

SoundHound wrote:
I now, periodically, have to enter my SN into the "Trial" window at startup. Thanks Adobe. When CS7 is released I will think very carefully about upgrading. Can't imagine how well the cloud will work on 2Gb + panos.


As the cloud works both photoshop and your files are stored on your local computer 2Gb + panos would work as well as ever.



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