Posts tagged "Creative Suite 6"

December 10, 2012

HiDPI and Retina support now available for Adobe Illustrator CS6

The Illustrator team is happy to announce support for HiDPI and Retina display support for Illustrator CS6 customers. This update is available to all Illustrator CS6 customers, both Creative Cloud members as well as owners of perpetual products.

With this update, customers can see more detail in images, text, and in the Illustrator user interface when working on high-resolution displays, including the new Retina display available on MacBook Pro. The HiDPI feature in Illustrator is currently only available on Mac OS. It is expected to be available in the future on additional operating systems.

Illustrator CS6 on a Retina display, <strong>(A)</strong> with the HiDPI update, and <strong>(B)</strong> without the HiDPI update

Illustrator CS6 on a Retina display, (A) with the HiDPI update, and (B) without the HiDPI update

To access HiDPI/Retina support, open Illustrator CS6 and from the main menu select Help > Updates, and choose Update from the Updates dialog. Here’s how the Illustrator update is shown in  Adobe Application Manager:

Illustrator 16.2 Update

Illustrator 16.2 Update

Find out more about this and many other updates coming to Adobe Creative Cloud. Watch the Create Now Live event on line that kicks off Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 10 AM PT. Tune in here.

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March 26, 2012

Illustrator CS6 Sneak Peek!

Join Brenda Sutherland, Illustrator product manager, as she shares a sneak peek into what’s coming for Illustrator CS6 as part of Creative Suite CS6 and Adobe Creative Cloud.

Brenda is showing Illustrator CS6′s new approach to crafting seamless, repeating vector patterns. On-artboard controls let you create and edit patterns interactively. One-click tiling arrangements let you experiment quickly so you can spend more time being creative and less on planning.

If you’ve ever struggled with creating seamless patterns in Illustrator (and I know I have), you’re going to love this new way of working.

Watch the video on Adobe TV or read the article and watch the video on Adobe Design Center.

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