CS5

I recently upgraded to Adobe’s CS5. So far, I love it. I’ve played with the big four: Photoshop, Illustrator even InDesign this past week. Today, because Friday is the day Lure is updated, I began working with Dreamweaver. I had the funniest problem which was driving me up the wall.

Last weekend, I renamed my computer. I forgot to update the local files. So I kept clicking on the file that it gave me (as it attempted to help me and none of the images or anything else was showing up and yet I could see they were right there. So I’m trying to figure this out for a good hour, before I notice if I look at the complete path the names were wrong. I’m just proud I didn’t need to call my D.H. in to help!

I guess its amazing to me how many times people complain about not understanding how a program works when they don’t even try. It just doesn’t work so they throw up their hands and say its too complicated.

Also: I like how some of the brushes in PS change weight and strokes as if you were really painting with the pressure one applies on the tablet (and presumingly with the mouse.)

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