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  1. Posts : 28,530
    Windows 10 Pro x64 [Latest Release Preview]
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       #21

    One major change in PS CC 2014, perhaps the change with the biggest fallout on a practical terms, is the fact that Extension panels now only support HTML

    This has at a stroke rendered the vast majority of "panels" obsolete.

    I can understand that Adobe had to take this step at some time, to remove the dependence on Java, with all it's recent Malware problems but I think it could have been a more gradual progression.

    A policy of only accepting HTML coded extensions for Adobe Exchange, for a period, one or two releases perhaps, whilst still supporting the Java code, would have made the transition a lot less sudden.

    The fact that the vast majority of Panels on exchange, (including Adobe coded examples), would not work with CC 2014, cannot make things easy for Adobe to support - and means that anyone who uses a particular panel in their workflow either have to change their workflow or retain the older PS version until the panels are re-engineered.

    This will sort itself out over time, and indeed Adobe panels are being re-issued in HTML, ( but why were these not available on release day?), I can see issues for some of the smaller developers, having to change their development process and a lot of confusion where panels are available in multiple versions.

    I would advise anyone contemplating installing a panel on photoshop to check that it explicitly mentions that it works with your particular version of PS

    The Kuler extension is one that is now re-issued to work with CC 2014, but did not work for a week or so after release
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  2. Posts : 5,956
    Win 7 Pro x64, Win 10 Pro x64, Linux Light x86
       #22

    I use Kuler in Photoshop CS6 version 13.0 x64 its great and so easy to use :)
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  3. Posts : 20,583
    Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
       #23

    Hi,
    Just wondering if CorelDraw x6 users use it signed in or signed out the majority of time ?
    Signed out it actually cut out allot of the internet crap cd7 worked much better but I believe it was too dependent on the online content and premium subscription stuff and started to bloat out either signed out or in,

    Beside some of the menu stuff not being listed like Internet on the object properties... I haven't seen any performance difference ?
    I generally don't like to be signed in if nothing else to keep unnecessary processes from bloating the programs themselves ?
    One thing I don't miss about cc6 being signed in just to use the program
    Cheers.
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  4. Posts : 10,455
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1
       #24

    My version of CorelDRAW X6 is the Home and Student which doesn't sign in.
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  5. Posts : 28,530
    Windows 10 Pro x64 [Latest Release Preview]
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       #25

    Just wanted to quash One statement often given about Photoshop CC and the rest of the Creative Cloud Apps

    You do not have to be online to use the program(s) - You have to be online to download them but after that you need to log on every thirty days to confirm that the product is licensed though nothing will happen if you do not do this for up to 99 Days which should cover most trips away.

    You will need to be online when you install and license your software. If you have an annual membership, you'll be asked to connect to the web to validate your software licenses every 30 days. However, you'll be able to use products for 99 days even if you're offline.
    Source

    I run my copy online and find no issues, though I do have a good connection to the net
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  6. Posts : 10,455
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1
       #26

    Barman58 said:
    Just wanted to quash One statement often given about Photoshop CC and the rest of the Creative Cloud Apps

    You do not have to be online to use the program(s) - You have to be online to download them but after that you need to log on every thirty days to confirm that the product is licensed though nothing will happen if you do not do this for up to 99 Days which should cover most trips away.

    You will need to be online when you install and license your software. If you have an annual membership, you'll be asked to connect to the web to validate your software licenses every 30 days. However, you'll be able to use products for 99 days even if you're offline.
    Source

    I run my copy online and find no issues, though I do have a good connection to the net
    I'm also usually connected and it works just fine even if the connection drops. I lost the internet for a couple of hours last week (to upgrade some hardware) and used CC with no issues.
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  7. Posts : 20,583
    Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
       #27

    Barman58 said:
    Just wanted to quash One statement often given about Photoshop CC and the rest of the Creative Cloud Apps

    You do not have to be online to use the program(s) - You have to be online to download them but after that you need to log on every thirty days to confirm that the product is licensed though nothing will happen if you do not do this for up to 99 Days which should cover most trips away.

    You will need to be online when you install and license your software. If you have an annual membership, you'll be asked to connect to the web to validate your software licenses every 30 days. However, you'll be able to use products for 99 days even if you're offline.
    Source

    I run my copy online and find no issues, though I do have a good connection to the net
    Then you are one of the lucky ones Nigel, great system spec's and great internet connection
    Online stuff bogs down my system because it's already borderline compatible
    No need to squash buddy if that's what you meant by "quash" ?
    Unnecessary processes running are just that unnecessary and resource hogs in my world/ system
    Cheers.
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  8. Posts : 20,583
    Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
       #28

    One thing that is really annoying about corel paint is the marching ants on small items like screen grids... it's impossible for me to see what the heck I doing
    That I seen there's No way to disable them on selected items ?
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  9. Posts : 28,530
    Windows 10 Pro x64 [Latest Release Preview]
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       #29

    Ctrl-H hides them in Photoshop, there may be something similar in Photopaint
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  10. Posts : 20,583
    Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
       #30

    That's interesting I don't remember ever seeing them in cc6 ?
    I'll try that later in honesty I haven't scratched the surface of cp but I'm looking harder at it,
    Settings wise nothing in clear sight yet found,
    Cheers.
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