The company says it's working on patches for Creative Suite 5.x versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, and Flash. Previously, customers would have had to pay to upgrade to CS6 to get the fixes.
Even though the feature has been around for a while, not many people know about Photoshop's video-editing capabilities. Here's how to perform some simple edits in CS5 Extended.
Trying to move faster and into new realms, Adobe releases an upgrade to many of its Creative Suite apps. New Web standards and mobile devices are a major focus.
Adobe has announced three dedicated iPad apps to interface directly with Photoshop CS5, as well as an SDK for developers to design their own.
Creative Suite 5.5 features updates to some--not all--of the constituent Adobe applications, including Flash Professional, Premiere Pro, and Dreamweaver.
The big news last week was Apple's reprieve for Flash developers on its mobile platforms, but Adobe is still forging ahead with its tools for creating HTML 5-compatible content.
Adobe has released an update for Illustrator, which addresses a number of stability issues including a problem with the program reporting not enough memory on Macs with greater than 4GB, Glyph panel glitches, and crashes at launch and quit.
Adobe today released an update to Dreamweaver CS5, bringing the latest version to 11.0.2. The update addresses small issues with the program since its initial release, and also includes previous updates for Adobe's Browser Lab.
The first update to Adobe's latest version of Photoshop is available. The version 12.0.1 update addresses a number of issues with the user interface, performance, 64-bit implementations, 3D features, and GPU-based features.
An ongoing issue with Adobe Photoshop CS5 that a few people are experiencing is the menu items will not work and instead will appear greyed out after a while of using the program. In some instances only a subset of menu options will be inactive, but in other instances the full menu set will not work.