Macworld: Adobe brings Lightroom to the living room with an Apple TV app.
This’ll be FANTASTIC for previewing edits to clients from my large-screen television. So much easier.
Luminous Landscape: Whither Adobe? Issues With Accurate Printing From Lightroom and Photoshop.
Roll back or wait for final prints in August. Needs a faster fix, IMHO. This is important software for many.
Adobe PS Blog: Introducing Content-Aware Crop - Coming Soon to Photoshop CC.
“Here’s how you will be able to use it: Move the horizon by adding more sky or ground; Change the aspect ratio by adding content around the edges of your image; Fill in the corners when you rotate an image so you don’t give up any of your pixels … and probably more we haven’t even imagined ourselves.” Oh, gimme.
Register.UK: Adobe scrambles to untangle itself from QuickTime after Apple throws it under a bus.
“In the meantime, Adobe’s Windows customers now have little choice but to use QuickTime, despite it having two gaping holes in its security that allow full remote code execution if a malicious video is played. Adobe better move fast on this, and Apple customers might want to trust Cook & Co a little less to keep them safe.” Beware, Window folks.
Youtube: Lightroom Coffee Break - Make Any Photo Look Like an Ansel Adams Masterpiece.
You’ve gotta be kidding. I think we’re a day early on this.
AI: Adobe’s Experience Design CC for Mac looks to simplify app, Web UX and prototyping.
I’ll be playing with this over the next couple of weeks. Judging it against Sketch and associated apps/services. If I come up with anything noteworthy, I’ll do a post.
Macworld: InDesign low memory and old software on new platforms.
Adobe CC update.
Bottom of this post. I see no fixes for the erased files, no apologies ...
ArsTechnica: Warning - Bug in Adobe Creative Cloud deletes Mac user data without warning.
It got me. Auto-update, turned off from now on!
DP Review: Finally! Adobe updates Bridge CC for improved performance.
There’ll be a lot of happy people. Always surprises me how many people still use this poor, near-abandoned software. Now, if it lets us reach into iOS ...
What’s in a name?
Adobe Flash is now Adobe Animate CC, apparently.
PhotoShelter Blog: This Is What Happens When You Try to Photoshop Money.
HAH. Big Brother gets you.
Lightroom CC, ‘app not responding’ ...
File under “Dumb Ass Doings.” I removed Suitcase Fusion, installed RightFont, and turned off a bunch of fonts. Including some Adobe needs to paint their interface panels. So if you have a font prefixed with “Adobe ...”, leave it the hell turned on. That goes for Devanagari, Gurmukhi and Naskh.
Once I re-enabled them, stability returned.
The Luminous Landscape: Merging images in Lightroom and Photoshop CC 2015.
Options I hadn’t realized were available. Useful!
Macworld: Hands-on with Adobe Post - New photo app creates Instagram-worthy graphics.
My suggestion ... “Keep Calm and Avoid Instagram.” Heh. Now I’ve GOT to download it and spam the hell out of the service with platitudes.
The Register.UK: Adobe - We locked our customers in the cloud and out poured money.
Missing the point. They also locked out pirates, who were bleeding them dry. I used to run across many people using pirated stuff. I’d read them the riot act, to no avail. I like CC, I like having all the latest toys faster. I just hate the CC desktop widget. A more problematic piece of crap, I’ve never seen. Since the last update, it crashes on every bootup. I restart it, open Activity Monitor, manually quit “Adobe Desktop Service”, and then within a couple of minutes it works again.
[That being said, Dreamweaver needs a complete redesign and rethink. I don’t even crack it open for the sitemap feature anymore. Waste of hard drive space.]
KelbyOne Learning Center: What’s new (this morning’s CC update).
Macworld Hands-on: Adobe’s new Fuse CC lets beginners take baby steps into 3D modeling.
Webdesigner Depot: Adobe releases award-winning Slate app for the web.
AppleInsider: Adobe makes Lightroom iOS apps completely free, drops license & Creative Cloud.
Interesting move. I wonder what it foreshadows?
LR Solutions: Rolling back from 6.2. How hard can it be?
LR 6.2/2015.2 CC is apparently provoking problems in El Capitan. Info for rolling back - may be time-sensitive. I upgraded in Yosemite, and so far everything’s OK (knocks wood).
DP Review: Adobe launches Photoshop Fix, desktop and mobile app updates.
Bunches of apps to dupe what desktop software does. Workflow’ll be ... interesting.
Adobe Blogs: Faster Coding with Emmet in Dreamweaver CC.
Every so often, I still run across a Dreamweaver site. Quaint.
Arc: Publishers Urge Advertisers To Kill Flash In Favor Of HTML5.
“The letter was signed by some of the largest publishers in the world, including The New York Times, Conde Nast, Forbes, AOL, The Weather Company, The Wall Street Journal and Google.” If you navigate to the page, and can’t figure out where the text is, scroll down. One of those ‘you gotta know the trick’ pages, that programmers deem is ‘patently obvious’ without ever asking users.