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Old September 24th, 2007, 12:09 PM
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Okay, looking at the "Idea Gallery" (http://www.adobe.com/digitalimag/ide...?promoid=BGRYQ), the new selection tool, if it actually works like they demonstrate, does look interesting. The UI looks nice, too.

Wow! An "Undo" button! What an innovative idea!
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Old September 24th, 2007, 12:20 PM
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$80 upgrade!

Nope not at all excited. I can create professional looking books at viovio.com right now without any upgarde and for a lot less money. And I never have used organizer - I prefer ACDSee for organizing my photos.

I have enough 3rd party plug-ins to make PSE5 work just fine. Thinking I should have taken the CS3 upgrade offer.
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Old September 24th, 2007, 12:31 PM
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Well, a trial download should be available soon. The link is there on the trial downloads page, but it still takes you to the PSE5 download page.
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I wonder if the B&W adjustment is the same as in CS3? If so I'd be tempted for that alone as I absolutely love that feature, it is brilliant!

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What is so nice about adjustment layers novelties? I suppose it's an easier way to get results you can already achieve by using workarounds or additionnal tools like yours?
I'm tempted to say "Nothing at all!" - - I'll have a better report this evening, though. CS3 has had a "legacy mode" for brightness & contrast, which is wicked cool for adjusting exposure - not sure if it's in PSE6, though. I'm still at work so I haven't been able to download, install and explore yet.
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The only thing I see that I would like to try is the added image selections tools. However, I was excited when they announced the Majic Selection Tool in E5 but was disappointed when I used it. I have bought every version of Elements since its first realease but don't think I will be purchasing the upgrade. As far as the improved help features, they had the "Do it for me" in one of the earlier versions and I loved it when I first started using Elements but they took that function away, looks like they may have added it back in on E6.
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Those of you who have seen that a Mac version is coming in early 2008 - does that announcement include any mention of PSE 6 for Mac being Universal (runs on both Intel and PowerPC Macs)?

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[quote=Cmcburnett;310339]The only thing I see that I would like to try is the added image selections tools. However, I was excited when they announced the Majic Selection Tool in E5 but was disappointed when I used it.[quote]

That tool is also in CS3, and I've found it to work quite well on several types of images, at least for an initial selection...

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