Archive for the 'Photoshop Updates' Category

Apr 3, 2005

Photoshop CS2– What’s new?

Posted 12:01AM Eastern
(-5 GMT) April 4, 2005

Okay folks, this time it’s for real. . .

On Monday, April 4, 2005 Adobe is officially announcing Adobe® Photoshop® CS2. In fact, Adobe will be announcing and showing the entire Creative Suite 2 at the Adobe ideas conference, where leaders from design and publishing industry will come together to share their thoughts on industry trends and the impact of technology, and cutting-edge creative.

PhotoshopNews will be covering the event LIVE FROM NEW YORK!
Live coverage begins at 9:00AM Eastern time (GMT-5).

So, what’s new in Photoshop CS2? Well, there’s a lot:

Mar 30, 2005

Photoshop CS2 leak causes confusion

Source: DPReview

In a forum thread that started on Monday, March 28th, 2005 (see original thread) a forum member stated he was a beta tester and appeared to violate his NDA by discussing aspects of Photoshop CS2 that were not revealed in the original leak of the Photoshop CS2 press release.

Mar 27, 2005

Adobe accidently leaks Photoshop CS2

File this one under “oops”. . .

On Sunday, March 27th, 2005 Adobe accidently exposed a press release regarding Adobe Photoshop CS2 dated April 4th 2005. Several threads were posted on the Adobe User to User forums at around 2:00PM Pacific and threads made it out to other web sites such as DPReview and RobGalbraith.

Sources at Adobe marketing reached by cell phone on Sunday afternoon were informed of the leak but had no comment.

Jan 10, 2005

Updater for Version Cue Workspace security vulnerability

Updater for Version Cue Workspace security vulnerability

A security vulnerability has been detected in Version Cue®, a feature of the Adobe Creative Suite, that only affects computers running Mac OS X.

Sep 1, 2004

Adobe Photoshop CS Multiprocessor Support Update (Win)

Source: Adobe Photoshop Support Knowledgebase

This plug-in for Adobe® Photoshop® CS addresses an issue that caused image corruption when rotating bitmap images and an issue that caused a program error when using the Magic Wand tool.

Read the Support document

Sep 1, 2004

Adjusted Refresh plug-in (Mac & Win)

Source: Adobe Photoshop Support Knowledgebase

The Adjusted Refresh plug-in addresses the time it takes to visually preview some filter updates in Adobe® Photoshop® CS.

Sep 1, 2004


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