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Adobe Photoshop CS3

Adobe Photoshop CS3 - The beta version of Adobe Photoshop CS3 is available to download and try out for Mac and PC users, prior to a Spring 2007 launch.

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Adobe Systems Incorporated will introduce a beta version of Adobe Photoshop CS3 software, the next release of the world standard in digital imaging, on Friday, December 15th. Adobe is delivering a widely available Photoshop CS3 beta to enable customers to more easily transition to the latest hardware platforms, particularly Apple's new Intel-based systems. The beta is available as a Universal Binary for the Macintosh platform, as well as for Microsoft Windows XP and Windows Vista computers. The final shipping release of Adobe Photoshop CS3 is planned for Spring 2007. The software can be downloaded at: http://labs.adobe.com, in the early hours Pacific Standard Time on December 15.

Packed with new features, Photoshop CS3 beta also includes a pre-release version of a major upgrade to Adobe Bridge, as well as a preview release of the all-new Adobe Device Central. Photoshop customers can use Adobe Device Central to design, preview, and test compelling mobile content, created specifically for smaller screens. This new tool, integrated in the Photoshop CS3 beta, simplifies and accelerates the creation of mobile content through a preview environment and built-in device profiles.

"This is an exciting time for the Mac, and Adobe wanted to ease the move to new Intel-based systems with a preview release of Photoshop CS3," said John Loiacono, senior vice president of Creative Solutions Business Unit at Adobe. "We didn't want to leave Windows customers out of the party, so the beta is available to everyone in the creative industry's most passionate user community -- no matter what their platform choice. We still have some surprises in store, but this beta gives customers an early chance to see the power of another great Photoshop release, optimized and tuned to run natively on the latest hardware and operating systems."

To utilize Adobe Photoshop CS3 beta, customers require a serial number from either Adobe Photoshop CS2, Adobe Creative Suite 2, Adobe Creative Suite Production Studio, Adobe Design Bundle, Adobe Web Bundle or Adobe Video Bundle. Adobe Photoshop CS3 beta is available in English only. Customers who have a valid serial number for all other language versions of qualifying Adobe products can download the software. Without a serial number, users can still download Adobe Photoshop CS3 beta, with the product expiring after two days. Customers must register online with Adobe or have an existing Adobe.com membership account to access the software.

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User_Removed 13 17.9k 8 Norway

Quote:The software can be downloaded at: http://labs.adobe.com, in the early hours Pacific Standard Time on December 15.

I don't see it at the moment...

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MikeA 12 1.3k England
Its there now, downloaded it put in my CS2 serial number to active it and it comes back not a valid serial number????
MikeA 12 1.3k England
New serial required by inputting your current CS2 serial number- when all else fails read the instructions (LOL).
You need to put your CS2 serial into the boxes on the Abobe site to then convert to a CS3 serial. There's a link to the relevant page at the bottom of the download page.

First impressions are that I like the new Black and White adjustment thing and the general layout and way that palettes etc all sit.
It works a treat and it certainly is quicker than CS2, even on XP. Only the printing is giving me grief, I can't print anything over A4 size.

Quote:Only the printing is giving me grief, I can't print anything over A4 size.

I agree. Printing seems to be 'off the menu' at the moment.
User_Removed 13 17.9k 8 Norway
It also seems to ignore Colour Management settings...

Not good.

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