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For those who understand what a beta is.....
Published on December 19, 2006 By Corky_O In WinCustomize News

"For the first time ever, Adobe is delivering a widely available Photoshop CS3 beta to enable customers to more easily transition to the latest hardware platforms, particularly Apple's new Intel based systems. The beta is available as a Universal Binary for the Macintosh platform as well for Microsoft Windows XP and Windows Vista computers, with the final shipping release of Adobe Photoshop CS3 planned for spring 2007."

"The Photoshop CS3 beta is available in English only but to Photoshop CS2 users worldwide. It is available to licensed users of either the Photoshop CS2 (full, upgrade, and education), Adobe Creative Suite 2 Standard or Premium (full, upgrade, and education), Adobe Production Studio Standard and Premium (full, upgrade, and education), Adobe Video Bundle (full, upgrade, and education) or Adobe Web Bundle (full, upgrade, and education). You will need to provide your Photoshop CS2, Creative Suite, Production Studio or Bundle serial number in order to get a Photoshop CS3 beta serial number, enabling you to activate the Photoshop beta and use it beyond the two-day grace period."

I thought some may be interested in this offer, so here you go.

Note - the quotes are part of the text on the linked page below. Have fun!


Comments
on Dec 19, 2006
I like the sound of Smart Filters.
on Dec 19, 2006
It runs slow
on Dec 19, 2006
I'll stick to photoshop cs2
on Dec 19, 2006
i used CS2 for 5 minutes, uninstalled it, and went back to version 7.

on Dec 19, 2006

Just installed it on Vista RC2 (5744).

Runs great so far, although I have not had a chance to play with it much.

The toolbar is now one button wide (not two) and longer. It also appears they may have incorporated ImageReady into Photoshop (or at least part of it).

The aero interface is quite nice with this version and the installer is pretty slick.

It would appear I will need to save the pennies for CS3 on Vista.

on Dec 21, 2006
I think it should be free for everybody, not just a bunch of rich snotheads
on Dec 21, 2006
It is free for everybody.
on Dec 21, 2006
I think the poor snotheads should suffer.
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