Story update now available—May 2013

We’ve just pushed live another exciting update to Adobe Story. This release takes collaborative script authoring to the next level. Coauthors and reviewers can now insert sticky notes into a script. They can also drag a sticky note to any location within the script. Cool, isn’t it?

We’ve also added numerous other features to simplify and streamline your workflows:

  • The Sync Schedule dialog now lists changes only for the properties that you’ve chosen to view.
  • You can edit tags that you created.
  • You can export the resource conflict results between two schedules as HTML (.htm). You can then open the exported results in word processing tools, such as Microsoft Word.
  • User interactions for several dialog boxes have been simplified:
    • Manage Scene Numbers
    • Manage Dialog Numbers
    • Manage Camera Shot Numbers
    • Manage Scene Durations
    • You can export project data (lists, scene properties, and schedules) as XML.
    • While working with schedules, you can choose a font size—small, medium, or large.
    • Layout improvements while printing schedules.
    • You can choose whether you want to display Revision Start Date or Last Modified Date in the header and footer for production revisions.
    • You can see a list of users with whom a project is shared. Invitees who haven’t yet accepted a share request are listed as well.
  • When you click the word count in the status bar, you can view the dialog word count in the current script.
  • Several critical bugs have been fixed in this release.

Answering Your Questions About Photoshop CC

Check out this excellent FAQ posted by Jeffrey Tranberry, Chief Customer Advocate for Adobe Digital Imaging products. It answers questions such as the following:

  • I’m a photographer, I only use Photoshop and don’t really need to use any other applications in Creative Cloud. What are my options if I just want Photoshop CC?
  • What are some other things that make Photoshop CC more convenient?
  • Can I still buy a boxed/perpetual version of Photoshop?
  • What if I use Photoshop and Lightroom?
  • Will I be able to buy a boxed/perpetual version of Lightroom 5?
  • Will Lightroom 5 be available from Creative Cloud?
  • If you’re going to continue selling Photoshop CS6, will I still get Camera Raw updates?
  • I don’t want to run Photoshop in a web browser. Is that possible?
  • I don’t want to have to save all my files in the cloud. Is that possible?
  • I don’t want to have to be online constantly to use my software. Do I need to be always online?
  • I just bought Photoshop CS6. Can I return it and get Photoshop CC?
  • I’m a student or teacher. Is there a discount on Creative Cloud for Students and Teachers?

Here are your answers.

Creative Cloud | Separating Facts from Myths

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Need answers to common questions about Adobe Creative Cloud? This post is an attempt to point you in the right direction, so that you can understand what Creative Cloud is.

Let’s bust some myths

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