I have been using the beta version of Adobe Photoshop CS3 for a month or so without any serious problem, but then all of a sudden the application refused to start.
Every time I click on the Adobe Photoshop CS3 icon, the splash scree doesn’t even appear. I just get a gray screen for 2 seconds, and then nothing. I’ve been struggling with this for a couple of days but I have just found the solutions.
A portable application is an application that you can carry around on your thumb drive and run on any computer running Windows without the need of installing it.
Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to create your own legitimate portable version of Adobe Photoshop and/or ImageReady CS2 of just 26 MB.
This is a a quick comparison done by Billy Gilbert to test the new Black and White conversion feature of Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Photoshop has been for very long the undisputed master in the photo retouching world. In a recent survey conducted early this year by Novel, adobe photoshop was found to be the most demanded application not available on linux platform.
This lack of availability has pushed many linux defenders to work and develop very ambitious photo processing applications.
I read it, couldn’t believe it. Read it again… No it must be a joke, then I read all the replies, people that actually tried it and it worked for them also. But can it be true? I pulled myself out of the bed did the test and WoW it really works…