Photoshop CS4 Extended

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  1. Posts : 22,814
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    Photoshop CS4 Extended


    A third dimension: Ars reviews Photoshop CS4 Extended.

    It's that time again: the latest version of everyone's favorite missile faker and beauty maker has been released, and just in time for Christmas! Probably the first thing that most readers will think when they hear that Adobe Photoshop CS4 is in stores is, "didn't CS3 just come out?" Yes, it came out in April of 2007, so CS4 has had a short development time by anyone's measure. Still, Adobe is definitely capable of adding compelling features in such a short time, and Photoshop CS4's bag of tricks is quite ambitious:
    • GPU acceleration for fast document drawing
    • 64-bit on Windows Vista
    • Adjustments and Masks Palette
    • Content Aware Scaling
    • Painting directly on 3D objects
    • 16-bit printing on Mac OS X 10.5 and up
    • A new tabbed interface
    • RAW 5
    There is a lot going on in this release, and the product's potential appeal is wide. Aside from Microsoft Word, there aren't many programs that fill the large, multicolored shoes that Adobe's flagship app does. Graphic designers, 3-D artists, photo hobbyists, scientists, video and fine artists all make up a small portion of the huge user base that Photoshop must cater to, so let's see how the new features stack up.

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    Later Ted
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  2. Posts : 41
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    Be nice if they lowered the price to AUD$85.00!

    There are after all potentially 800 million customers...

    No more taking out a second mortgage on the house just to cut your 5th wife out of the family picture!!! (Hypothetical only!!!!)
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  3. Posts : 41
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    has anyone got photoshop cs3 or cs4 to work on windows 7? i keep getting a disk full type error.
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  4. Posts : 22,814
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    Hello OnSpiderPark, welcome to Seven Forums!

    Did you try setting compatibility mode to Windows Vista RTM, and "Run as Administrator"?

    Keep us informed!













    Later Ted
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  5. Posts : 41
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    cheers for the info. forgot about compatibilaty mode. will give that a try

    cheers
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  6. Posts : 22,814
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    Hello again....:)

    Yes; please post back with the outcome; so we'll know how it sorts out.















    Later Ted
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  7. Posts : 41
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    will do.
    Just got to re-download from adobe as the original .7z file seems to be corrupted and wont extract properly..ARRGHH

    update y'all soon
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  8. Posts : 41
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    photoshop cs4 extended wil not install


    tried three times to install it. it did look like it was going to work when i changed compatability mode to vista rtm and ran as administrator but it always says installed but with errors. errors being that the language pack did not installed correctly. the third time i turned off all non essential processes and that time it did not complain about it not being xp or vista but still the same problem occured.

    oh well might try cs3 tomorrow
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Photoshop CS4 Extended-dark-blue-se7en-sig.png  
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  9. Posts : 22,814
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    Hello OSP.

    Sorry to hear you couldn't get it sorted. Aren't those prog's (especially 4) serious RAM hogs ???















    Later Ted
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  10. Posts : 41
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    well i dunnoo
    coz i cant istall it
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