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.
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Technical Communication Suite 3 has now gone live!
Some of the new features include:
- Robust single sourcing and publishing to multiple devices including ePub from both FrameMaker and RoboHelp environments (TCS special versions).
- Seamless review and collaboration.
- Improved cross-product integration.
- Complete suite supports scripting, thus strengthening automation workflows.
- Improved search capability in the outputs.
- Ability to directly link DITA files.
- Rich multi-media support
- And More…
For updates and helpful information, stay tuned to this blog! Visit the product page here on Adobe.com.
RJ Jacquez has posted a mesmerizing demo of the new content-aware fill feature in Photoshop CS5 on his blog. True, any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic!
Can’t wait to lay your hands on Creative Suite 5? Hold your horses for a few more days!