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IT News Thread, Adobe Photoshop and Creative Suite to become subscription-only products in Other News; Better? Let's reiterate what @ localzuk said above. It's *far* more than *all* the MS stuff via EES. It is ...
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    Better? Let's reiterate what @localzuk said above. It's *far* more than *all* the MS stuff via EES. It is *not* a good deal nor does it work out well for the majority of schools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwerty580 View Post
    ETLA agreement which is 3 years (basically like the MS agreements) with a starter pack of 21.00 per FTE. you will get 1 or 2 releases out of that so it personally works out better.
    Define 'starter pack'...

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    I just find the whole thing sticks in the throat a bit. The subscription model wouldn't be so bad if I thought it was actually for for money but the software is bloated and the support terrible. We have CS5 currently and I don't see us buying into this anytime soon.

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    The CC apps are now available to download.


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    ...and (unsurprisingly) a day later pirated versions of Photoshop CC are already available.

    Adobe's subscription-only Photoshop CC has already been pirated

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