Photoshop update reportedly due in May Publish reports that Adobe in May will release a new version of Photoshop. "Photoshop CS2 will include an enhanced tool for touching up blemishes, multiview file browsing and the ability to update an image across its many iterations with one edit. [...] Photoshop CS2 will be available either as a stand-alone product or as part of Adobe's Creative Suite 2 for Mac OS 10.2.8 and higher and for Windows XP Service Packs 1 and 2 in May for U.S. and Canadian customers. It will become available to international customers around the beginning of June." More.
iLife '05 demos to be held at CompUSA Apple and CompUSA are teaming up for a series of iLife '05 demonstrations at retail locations across the United States. A press release states "Attend one of our free demonstrations in April and see how fast and easy it is to create, organize and share your digital memories. Discover how iLife ?05 simplifies and expands your creative ability to work with photos, movies, DVDs, and your music." The sessions take place every Saturday in April. More.
A look inside AppleTalk ComputerWorld has posted a fairly comprehensive piece that takes an in-depth look at the AppleTalk protocol, and contrasts it with VLAN set-ups. The author writes "Being a self-discovering protocol, AppleTalk offers administrators both an advantage and a disadvantage. It can save administrators from having to specifically identify printers or file servers on each client workstation. Users can open the Chooser (in classic Mac OS) or the Print Center or Connect to Server dialog (in Mac OS X) and be presented with the resources available. But administrators cannot, using AppleTalk alone, control which devices are displayed." More.
Previously on MacFixIt
- Apple re-posts Security Update 2005-003 (1.1) for Mac OS X Server
- Mac mini DVI problems: Distorted Display, Loose connections (#4)