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code name: "Dark Matter" iraszl msg:851060 7:59 pm on Jan 15, 2003 (gmt 0) For those who hasn't seen it yet, here is a peek to "Dark Matter", alias Photoshop 8.
The only thing I'm not sure about is "non-square pixels". Anyone knows what exactly is that?
Also, after the healing brush I was expecting a new anti healing brush or aging brush to create deconstructive imagery.
korkus2000 msg:851061 8:27 pm on Jan 15, 2003 (gmt 0)
NTSC/PAL/HD preview ooOOOoo! mivox msg:851062 6:32 pm on Jan 16, 2003 (gmt 0)
Hmmm... as long as I'm still using 6 now, maybe I should just wait for that before I upgrade? Oooh... and a new InDesign release this year too. :) 2003 is looking good already! Sinner_G msg:851063 6:44 pm on Jan 16, 2003 (gmt 0)
Cleaned-up code! That's good news! It was getting bad for my health to have a smoke break every time I started PS.
Don't have a clue what 'non-square pixels' could be either. I have trouble imagining circular pixels.
Oh, and what the heck is Taconite? Dinner at the mexican? ;)
mivox msg:851064 6:51 pm on Jan 16, 2003 (gmt 0)
Non-square pixels are used by NTSC (U.S.) format television sets. And believe me, when designing something for NTSC format video, it is a HUGE pain to try and mentally compensate for those non-square pixels if you're stuck in a square pixel image editing program. kingkelly msg:851065 10:52 pm on Jan 16, 2003 (gmt 0)
Cool, InDesign 3!