Posted 12.10.2016 @ 11.16AM
Switched to CC a while back, at home and at work. Full package at work, and just paying monthly for Photoshop at home.
At work I'm on a PC, latest version of Photoshop (CC 2015) is too buggy to use. At home on a mac its better. Artboards sound great, but in practice they're impossible to work with (on PC at least). I stick to CC 2014 which is more stable and I find it hard to go back to CS as its had a few small but major improvements for UI work which is what I'm focused on.
At home, i dont like the subscription service and for the amount of time i use it, its not worth the money.
I dont use illustrator or indesign enough to pay for the subscription service at home so i stick with CS and that's fine until i get a file that's incompatible - which is becoming more frequent.
Eventually i think ill move to Sketch at home for UI work, and revert back to Photoshop CS for any image manipulation work i need to integrate.
Posted 19.01.2016 @ 3.20PM
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Posted 24.01.2013 @ 3.50PM
@Signmeupmeow I agree, I hate the idea of the client seeing the designs in a blurry pdf thus why I try get it online, I get requests for pdfs all the time so it's really annoying. Do you ever add comments or annotations to the pages you post up?
@Stuffee I've tried that and it still doesn't render it properly, even though it's at 100% the image in the pdf is enlarged. I've heard of people setting that initial view to 77% or something, but I still think that wouldn't show the image pixel perfect.
Posted 17.01.2013 @ 3.38AM
Just read the early pages of this one. @SIGNMEUPMEOW good luck winning the argument of nicotine v cigarettes.
Nicotine by itself has benefits to people, improved memory and mental alertness. I've also read that it prevents the brain absorping aluminium and flouride, with plans to use it in alzheimer's meds (it's been a few years since I read that). Depending on your point of view on flouridated water, it has benefits too.
The delievery device is the problem. I always said I was giving up cigarettes, not nicotine and planned to get the inhalers, but I can't be bothered.