Yesterday Adobe released a an update to Photoshop CS5 specifically for Windows users. The update, version 12.0.3, brings a sleuth of fixes. As usual a few of these are more notable and others. Here are some of the most important updates, taken from the support document page for the update:
- Windows XP tool tip font issue introduced by 12.0.2
- A number of potential security vulnerabilities have been addressed
- Top type and font crashers found in the field have been addressed
- A number of performance issues have been addressed
- Crash opening 3D layers has been addressed
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In this weeks episode of the Creatively Using the Creative Suite podcast you will learn a shortcut to making a flash website, without knowing the slightest bit of Actionscript, just using the new Flash Catalyst CS5.
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In Photoshop CS5, the old Sharpen Tool has actually become useful. In this tutorial, Erik will show you how to now be able to use it with good results.
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In this tutorial, I show you a brand new feature in InDesign CS5, the auto fit command which makes sizing objects a lot faster.
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Now in InDesign CS5 you can span text easily across multiple columns, in the same text frame.
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