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Old 04-06-2005, 06:20 PM   #6
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I never go to the road shows. I guess I can't imagine what goes on there. And I already some nice tee shirts. But maybe I should try one. Do you learn anything helpful at these, or it more of just an event to go to?

BTW, looking at the feature list, I can see they added some significant tools, but I don't really see much improvement for a photo enhance/retouch person (like me). Except for maybe surface blur and spot heal. But I'd have to try them.

Hmmm. Well, smart objects too. The way Photoshop handled vectors before was pretty clunky, and I do need that from time to time. And the Bridge thing might tempt me to look more closely at the rest of the suite.
I've never been to an Adobe road show. The last one I went to was an Aldus one, actually, where I purchased a cheap copy of PageMaker, ordered IntelliDraw, and got a free mug. <g>

The demonstrations are (or were, back when I used to go) usually very slick, and do show the features of the software.

I always preferred Macworld when it used to happen, because you could compare applications, and get lots of good deals on software and hardware.

   
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