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Adobe released an update to Photoshop CS4

 
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Feb 25, 2009 09:15 |  #1

Link: http://blogs.adobe.com …02/photoshop_cs​4_u_1.html (external link)

  • A number of issues that could cause slow performance have been addressed.
  • Pen barrel rotation with Wacom tablets now works correctly.
  • Photoshop now correctly recognizes 3D textures edited by a plug-in.
  • The quality of the results of Auto-Blend Layers (Stack Images) has been improved.
  • A problem that could result in a crash when pasting formatted text has been fixed.
  • A crash that could result from a corrupt font no longer occur


I haven't had a chance to download it and try it out, yet, but hopefully they get the performance back on par with where CS3 was. I was pretty disappointed by the overall loss in performance, given that they're now leveraging the GPU for some tasks.


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Feb 25, 2009 14:06 |  #2

Thanks for posting. I had not seen this.


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Feb 25, 2009 16:29 |  #3

Looks like that font problem I was seeing on the 64-bit version might be fixed. I'll have to check it out when I get home; thanks for posting this.


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Feb 25, 2009 20:51 |  #4

Well, just a preliminary test using the brush tool on a document shows significant improvement! CS4 is finally usable! Hooray!


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Feb 25, 2009 22:15 |  #5

Yep this is an update well worth applying. Speed in the zooming and any features that uses Previews are much more fluid and faster.




  
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Feb 26, 2009 11:04 |  #6

Thanks for posting! :)


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