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    Anyone know of any beta builds knocking round for erm "testing compatibility" lol

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    had a look about and i cant find anything anywhere yet looks like theres a while to go yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHR1S View Post
    Anyone know of any beta builds knocking round for erm "testing compatibility" lol
    I'm sure the Adobe testing team has had fun enhancing naughty bits!

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    Creative Suite CS5 is due for launch 12th April.
    Last edited by SYSMAN_MK; 25th March 2010 at 04:05 PM.

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    That's crazy!! Especially on that panoramic view, How the hell did it decide what to put in that massive void?! and it looked so natural as well!

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    What version of Windows is needed for CS5? Will it support XP?

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    *picks jaw from floor*

    WOW!

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    Teenage son has informed me, somewhat optimistically, that his birthday is not long after the release... I think it'll be a bit out of our price-range!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    Me want content aware fill
    Finally, we seem to be getting ever-closer to the zoom-and-enhance capabilities in image software that've been demonstrated for years in TV and film. This is going to be a big boon to jilted lovers everywhere - no need to take the scissors to those framed snaps of you and your ex, simply Photshop them out and paste in your new flame.

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    I can confirm (having just installed the CS5 Master Collection which arrived today!! WHOOP!) that Photoshop CS5 does indeed use WitchCraft!! lol .. WOW!! Doing that used to take a degree of skill! lol ..

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    Agreed, I was using it today - and for a laugh just highlighted various parts of photos and was gob smacked at the content aware fill. Making 'spot the difference' photos for my kids now won't require hours of editing !!

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    downloaded a trial version of cs5 and i almost fell apart. its superb!!!

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    I have adobe cs4 on my computer at the moment, it's a suite.. do you think it will mind if i remove the Photoshop Application and Install CS5 I'm not very good with graphics but i'm interested how it works with some images i have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    I have adobe cs4 on my computer at the moment, it's a suite.. do you think it will mind if i remove the Photoshop Application and Install CS5 I'm not very good with graphics but i'm interested how it works with some images i have.
    I have CS4 & 5 running together fine, just have them both installed.

    After a week or so of use I have come to the conclusion that there are a very narrow set of circumstances that CAF works in, venture outside of these and it gets messy lol! Its hard to explain but try removing a large object from a busy skyline and you should get the idea.

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