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    Banned Sofie is on a distinguished road
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    I'm good without the upgrade.

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    Update!

    I was having PS CS6 and update for PS CC was a good thing! New features, boost in performances. Mostly new features that I love like: live objects etc.

    You should update!

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    Perhaps I should do it.

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    Being able to stroke a shape is a big step up

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    I will think so

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    None, to the best of my knowledge. Used it for a few months now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razzmailbox2 View Post
    None, to the best of my knowledge. Used it for a few months now.
    I'll stick with CS6 then. Not a huge fan of the monthly payment thing after having paid full price for previous versions.

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    thanks

    Thanks for beautiful post

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    I am still on CS5.1 I know I should upgrade but so far it's getting the job done so can't get myself to learn new stuff. I'm lazy.

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    Has anyone messed with a Macbook air using photoshop cc?

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    i've not update from photoshop cs5, but i've used cs6...
    i'd love to see photoshop cc surface...
    anybody use cc have screen shoot ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhocant View Post
    i've not update from photoshop cs5, but i've used cs6...
    i'd love to see photoshop cc surface...
    anybody use cc have screen shoot ?
    Umm... not exactly sure what you are asking for, but if you want to see the Photoshop CC interface, just search for 'Photoshop CC interface' on Google Images?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustin85 View Post
    Has anyone messed with a Macbook air using photoshop cc?
    I didn't, but working in Photoshop means you need enough memory: 4 or 8 GB is a bit on the low side I think.

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    Honestly, I don't see a need for an upgrade beyond 5.5. With the right specs on your rig, CS5.5 does all that you possibly need for print or web for years to come.

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    I haven't seen the need to upgrade to a subscription plan when CS6 does everything I need. Adobe is going to have to program some killer features in the CC version to make it worth my money.

    A camera-shake blur tool in CC is not a killer feature in my opinion.

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