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Thread: What new features do you want in CS6?

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    Junior Member neopheus is on a distinguished road
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    auto cut line

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    CS5 "snap to point" SUCKS. Hope they do better in CS6... it worked great in CS2. I hope they "un-break" it soon...

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    To me: the CS5 is perfect!
    there are some bugs, of course.. but nothing much !

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    improoved curve editor panel

    A scalable curve editor panel, with real values of input-output:

    In 8 bit mode we have only 5 steps in the first 2 percent:

    1/256, 2/256, 3/256, 4/256, and 5/256. There is no exact 1%, only ~ 0.4%,0.8%, 1.2%, 1.6% and 2% (1.953125% exactly).

    My wish is a panel, where I can set exactly the 1/256, or the 2/256 values.

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    re

    That's really a great post. Keep it up.

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    color swatches

    I want pantone TPX and TCX swatches in color books.

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    Return to function better

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    InDesign should open XPress-Files higher than 4.0.
    Photoshops unsharp-masking should be better.
    Illustrator - better colorhandling for swatches (change values in swatches should change color on objects)

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    ability to create 3d pdfs from extended

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    Better hiphenation rules for croatian language.

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    The pre release is SOOO amazingly better!

    you can now load and save files in the background!! it speeds up everything so much.
    the nik plug in uses all 4 cores and sharpens a pic in seconds then you can save it and while it saves work on the next pic..

    amazing!

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    Junior Member shiv is on a distinguished road
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    I would like to see alignment features in illustrator similar to coreldraw where we can use c, p , t, e for alignment of objects & also the powerclip or mask feature must be like coreldraw

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    For illustrator cs6, maybe vector puppet tool if that's even possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornbread View Post
    CS5 "snap to point" SUCKS. Hope they do better in CS6... it worked great in CS2. I hope they "un-break" it soon...
    Lol! I've been thinking this for a while, took the words right outta my mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackiedfin View Post
    ability to create 3d pdfs from extended
    thumbs up

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