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    Junior Member huyminhintaco is on a distinguished road
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    Using photoshop cs6

    I have heard information about cs6, there are many features which supports for painter~

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    Junior Member matthys is on a distinguished road
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    this also looks cool

    http://news.cnet.com/8301-30685_3-57378656-264/photoshop-cs6-puts-photo-manipulation-on-steroids/

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    yeah, new deblurring rules
    some more informations on youtube,too
    [URL="http://youtu.be/OKjO7UMNjuw"]http://youtu.be/OKjO7UMNjuw[/URL]

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    Yup! CS6 will be a finally big update that we've been waiting for. InDesing got it and Illustrator got it couple of generations ago, now it's all about PS :)

    Love the dark interface

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    Junior Member leftdriver is on a distinguished road
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    Do you have any information, if the other programms of CS will get the dark interface, too? InDesign in black? uh, wondering, if that's a good idea?

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    Is it even sure the dark interface will actually be in the final release? Maybe the guy involved simply preferred it and made a custom adjustment of the UI. Not everyone likes a dark interface because it makes the buttons harder to see next to a bright pictures.

    I do like the new stuff, though. Content Awareness isn't really anything that any skilled Photoshop user can't do but it's faster and for areas and stuff where it doesn't matter so much, I can see it coming in handy.

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    I have no further information about that, but Adobe Lightroom is black, too. It's possible, that Photoshop will get it but I hope, that Adobe will give us the option to define that in preferences. In my opinion InDesign with a black GUI is not a good idea. But that's only my 5 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by leftdriver View Post
    I have no further information about that, but Adobe Lightroom is black, too. It's possible, that Photoshop will get it but I hope, that Adobe will give us the option to define that in preferences. In my opinion InDesign with a black GUI is not a good idea. But that's only my 5 cents
    I agree, really - most graphical packages are very bright and except for Lightroom and some 3D work studios, I can't think of any that use a dark interface. It's best to avoid contrast between what you work with and your layout buttons - so maybe if you work with a very dark picture , a dark interface would help but most pics are brighter.

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    A dark or at least more muted UI would be welcome. Apps that have such are easier on the eyes and allow the work itself to pop. Look forward to it.

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    I am always really excited to see new version of photoshop. It's not like we really NEED all those new features but hey - it makes our work so much easier and more fun. But what's the most important part here is that it always inspires me - every new option makes me spend long hours exploring its potential and i somehow always end up with many new design ideas and rediscover some older features I haven't used for long time so yeah - can't wait for cs6.

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    oooh how exciting, I thought it would just be yet another photo manipulation update, new paint features awesome!

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    any thoughts on the new interface design? the dark theme to keep inline with the lightroom app? I personally like it.

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    Seems like yesterday I just got cs5 and now there is a cs6 coming out?

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    do you think that Photoshop may ever be used from a touch screen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by costisefu View Post
    do you think that Photoshop may ever be used from a touch screen?
    Definitely. The way touch screens are progressing, I see Wacom tablets and touch screens merging into one, where you can use your pen AND use a touch screen, combining accuracy and finesse with the quickness of fingers.

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