Why aren’t there more complaints over iMessage turning my conversation into an ad for Apple Music if I happen to mention a well-known singer?
New Microsoft Edge Logo looks a lot like Firefox, inverted and rotated 180°. Well done, designers.
22 years and 6 major Windows versions later, a game I once wrote still works perfectly.
Two apps I wrote LAST YEAR are now a buggy piece of useless crap after the macOS update.
Amazing engineering by MS. Doesn’t make you think twice which platform to support as developer.
A stainless steel bridge is being printed by robots moving in mid-air
What matters is that the app works flawlessly, is as ambtious as the desktop app, and above all, works well with other Creative Cloud apps and components like CC libraries and Cloud. That’s what makes CC a unique and efficient offer today.
This morning @marcedwards showed us how PS on iPad supports more features than it shows on its UI. The engine is there, the features and tools will come later. That was exactly the LR’s situation at first.
If PS follows LR, features will come soon, regularly and at a fast pace.
I’m fine with the initial lack of filters, since getting a functioning base app was the most important and difficult step, but the one thing I’m really missing right now (or couldn’t find) is a way to edit the Pencil’s pressure response curve.
There’s definitely something comforting about finding Photoshop’s familiar UI on iPad. I just wish Adobe’s mobile apps didn’t make cloud storage compulsory. (Even if I should be fine with the current 20GB for $10/month of the photography plan.)