has introduced a new version of its low-cost photo editing application called Photoshop Elements. The new version is called Photoshop Elements 11 and has a number of new features to make it easier to use. Photoshop Elements 11 has a new user interface featuring Quick, Guided, and Expert editing modes.
The software also has a number of one click editing options and allows users to organize photos based on people, places, or events. The application also has new filters, and the ability to share photos via Facebook, YouTube, and more. Adobe has also announced updated Premiere Elements 11 for editing video. Both applications can be had in a bundle for $149.99 or individually for $99.99.
Adobe has updated its Creative Cloud services, and released a collection of assets like icons, wireframes, repeatable patterns and backgrounds for subscri ... Source: NDTV
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7 hours ago
Following an emergency patch issued by Adobe yesterday for a vulnerability in Flash Player and Adobe AIR that the company deemed "critical" for users to upgrade to, Apple is now blocking all un-upgraded versions of the plug-in in Safari, though the warning dialog will take users to the Flash Installer page where they can obtain the patched version. Users of OS X 10.6 and higher must be running version 18.104.22.168 in order for the Flash plug-in to work normally. Windows and Linux users ... Source: MacNN
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7 hours ago
Apple today posted an updated support document noting that it is now blocking older version of the Adobe's Flash Player plug-in due to a major security issue present in older versions. In a posting to its security mailing list, Apple notes that users must upgrade to the latest 22.214.171.124 version of Flash Player if possible. For those users running systems incompatible with Flash Player 14, Adobe has made av ... Source: MacRumors
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8 hours ago
Due to a security flaw discovered in its Flash Player software, Adobe released an update to the web plugin earlier this week. Today Apple confirmed that it had updated its plugin blacklist for OS X to stop the system from using a version of Flash Player older than 126.96.36.199 (or 188.8.131.52 on older systems).
According to Apple’s product security team:
Due to security issues in older versions, Apple has updated the web plug-in blocking mechanism to d ... Source: 9to5Mac
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8 hours ago
VentureBeat reports that Adobe has launched the “Creative Cloud Market,” a members-only service built directly into the firm’s Creative Cloud desktop application. Adobe has often been in the business of creating tools for content creators, but it doesn’t always make content itself. ... Source: digital media wire
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12 hours ago
Adobe has recently discontinued the sale of Creative Suite 6, and now is solely focusing on licensing Creative Cloud. While CS was Adobe’s flagship product for over a decade, ... Source: Apple Balla
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17 hours ago, 2:06pm CDT
Adobe has recently discontinued the sale of Creative Suite 6, and now is solely focusing on licensing Creative Cloud. While CS was Adobe’s flagship product for over a decade, and offered to a user as packaged software with one time perpetual license fee, CC is a subscription service that requires a user to pay a fixed monthly fee along with free upgrades to its latest version. The company reported faster-than-expected adoption of subscription licenses for its Creative Cl ... Source: Forbes
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18 hours ago, 12:39pm CDT
Adobe Illustrator is the established go-to tool for vector graphics. You can scale graphics infinitely larger or smaller, without losing image quality.
That’s why Illustrator is perfect for creating backgrounds. You can create seamless repeating backgrounds easily in Adobe Illustrator with the Pattern Tool. You simply arrange the elements and tell Illustrator how you want them to repeat or tile, which allows you to focus on the overall design, not on the mechanics ... Source: SitePoint
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20 hours ago, 11:30am CDT
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