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This is a Point releases can fix small things and improve performance. Contrary to your beliefs, we are not paid by Adobe, and, speaking for most of us, we couldn't care much less about points. In fact, you'll have to go to my profile just to figure out where I'm at points wise. Most of us are users like yourself, who have jobs - which have nothing to do with these forums - and yet take time out of our day to help others out I find your unmitigated rant rather insulting.
Not only is most all of it highly inaccurate, but other users have to take time to read your somewhat pointless rant instead of helping others. Yes, at times, perhaps. We didn't ask to become that, Adobe saw our work were and asked us to join. Besides that, ACP's even create tutorials and other content for other users - again mostly at no benefit to themselves except the very joy of helping others.
On top of that, some of us are moderators, who keep the forums running smoothly, free of spam, scammers, keeping everything tidy, and much more behind the scenes - so you'd have a nice place to post your rants and any other questions you may have. So what do we get for our efforts, you ask? MVP's get a subscription to the Creative Cloud. The big time contributors might get a small gift card.
For most of us, that works out to a few pennies per hour we spend in the forums. Name me five new original features you would like to see in Photoshop-not improvements or bug fixes but actual new ideas? Not defending myself - I couldn't care much less if your rant was directed at me. I take offense to that. Perhaps the shoe fits you too, eh? Perhaps more so, since I know my fellow contributors better than you know me. Not defending Adobe, btw.
My response was directly to the last part in the OP which read, " I'll leave it at that. Wait did you have the colossal gall to to speak the word Trump into my ears? Some peoples mouths are far bigger than their brains. Most of the people who use these forums are fair minded and decent, but one thing I've noticed in the 11 months I've been contributing here is the people that complain the loudest are always the ones that contribute the least.
Tanja will never try to produce a tutorial or offer anything for free and yet criticizes the people who do. He seems to think helping people for free is an ego trip for us but doesn't recognize how time consuming it can be. Or how highly frustrating it is when you give someone your time and a very detailed answer and they can't take the trouble to say a word in response.
There's not much fun in helping someone out if you never discover whether you solved their problem or not. Most people do have manners and appreciate they are receiving professional advice for nothing and a thank you or something similar and that is the only reward I look for. Once you have a few points they start to become meaningless. Its quite exciting at first, particularly if you are of a competitive nature but in the end they don't have any great financial value and I rather take exception to being referred to as a points hoarder for those reasons.
If you really wanted to see the evolution of Photoshop CC since it was introduced three years ago, here it is:. Photoshop CC new features More library asset support. Whether or not you decide if it's worth it or not for the world's premier image editor, I'll leave that up to you. Can things be improved? Sure; things can always be improved. It's one thing to be constructively critical; entirely another to be insulting.
Just to prove we can say what we please here I'll pass on a joke I just heard from Hilary Clinton. Donald Trump says he's a great businessman who has written a lot of books on business. Unfortunately they all seem to end at Chapter which in case you don't know is a type of bankruptcy protection Very clever people she has writing for her. Problems are not getting fixed e.
I don't use the spot healing tool, but every time I press J after startup this tool is there and I have to switch to the healing tool. When sampling for cloning the cloning sticks, and doesn't return to cloning, but sticks in sample mode. This is exactly what was to be expected. LIke in Timeshare those poor bastards have to come back to the hotel no matter how bad it is, subscription users have to pay every month no matter how buggy the software has become.
I don't need new features. But what I want is good performance. And Photoshop is getting worse and buggier with every update. When Adobe announced the subscription model, did I like it - NO, but after it came out, I could see the reasons for it.
Does it work as planned - I don't think so, but there are benefits to the user and not just Adobe, despite the numerous bugs. Is Adobe dropping the ball on development? They have a plan for updates, but this plan may or may not agree with what some users want. Personally, many of the updates have no relevance for the work I do, but for others, the updates are great.
As far as not seeing the "Fanboys" complaining about the Adobe products, The ACPs and MVPs have special forums or have direct access to many Adobe staff, and we complain directly to them. These interchanges can make rants on the forums look tame. There are a lot of us who really care about Photoshop and fight diligently for better improvements and bug fixes, but most users will not see this interchange.
As Benjamin mentioned, most of us do this because we like helping people and we also want a better Photoshop. Like Benjamin, I too get a free subscription, but as he said, the amount of time we spend in volunteer work makes that perk pennies on the dollar. I'm surprised that with all the feedback Adobe gets they are rolling out updates with so many bugs in them.
I know, complex software is tough to test. And I know how smaller company like Phase One always go through major fights with every release.
But Phase One is a much smaller company. I would expect from Adobe to use their huge resources to test their software better before releasing them. I mean how can you overlook a bog like the sticking sampling mode? Does it have to do with extensions that you have installed?
My pen is working well, so it can't be a mechanical issue with the pen. I had been quite active on the Apple forums with a fairly high point accumulation but I walked away several months back partially because of posters like what I see in this thread.
You should stick with it Socrates. It can be annoying with some of the replies you get here, but I think we need to remember that very few Photoshop users read this forum daily, rather when they have a problem they Google and get directed here. For that reason its important not to let the people who immediately say the software is useless or full of bugs go unchallenged. What they are really saying is it doesn't work for them and its wrong to tarnish the program on that basis.
In an ideal world everything would be easy to do, but Select and Mask is a mini application inside Photoshop and actually behaves like the expensive plugins like Remask. With Remask if you don't use it properly you get bad results but you know its supposed to be better than it appears and so you work to learn how to use it properly and Select and Mask is the same. Don't take any notice of derogatory remarks, they used to affect me but now its like water of a ducks back. Once someone identifies a bug, Adobe has to be able to reproduce it to attempt to fix it.
Some bugs actually aren't the result of Adobe's program as they are on various OS issues that rear their head due to Photoshop complexity. I don't recall what the issue was, but there was some with Apple, that Adobe couldn't fix with that particular configuration, and Apple didn't want to do anything about it. I've had a lot of "bugs" that only seem to appear on my system. As far as going back to CS6, yes, that's not ideal; however, myself and a few others that I know were very vocal about having that ability to go back to a previous version, in case a new update either is full of bugs or makes your current system obsolete.
Users need to be able to keep working without totally messing up their workflow to the extent of being put out of business. So it's a good thing that you can revert back to an older version, you can even have several versions on your computer. I use to have at least 4 versions on my computer - mainly to help people with older versions, so that I could check to see what was going on.
The staff and engineers that I personally know are very devoted to trying to produce the best quality product. Like any business, they get pressure from upper management and finance, but they really try to put their soul into their work. There are some misleading tutorials - I feel that if you are not drawing the outline you have way more work cleaning up the mask afterwards. I could successfully do difficult masks like a hundreds of years old tree against a cloudy sky with dozens of different color tones in the demos you always have those comfy single-blue backgrounds to free the tree from.
I chose to vent here after I found that the failure to observe correctly simple mouse click selection of text in a Photoshop Note lead me to discover that there is no Undo available, even though it's just a basic text box on a very powerful modern computer. These bugs accumulate like barnacles on a ship's hull, making everyday working with Adobe like sailing on an ocean of glue.
I think you make some valid points, but why not start a new discussion thread as very few people read these posts that are 6 months old?
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Now paste file here and click on Copy and Replace. These bugs accumulate like barnacles on a ship's hull, making everyday working with Adobe like sailing on an ocean of glue. Besides that, ACP's even create tutorials and other content for other users - again mostly at no benefit to themselves except the very joy of helping others. I do not care about many new features released, but that the software itself works. Do I like the more frequent release cycle - NO.
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