Troubleshooting Guide for Photoshop CS3 Beta Published

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Date: Friday, December 29th, 2006, 08:46
Category: How-To

The folks over at MacFixIt have assembled a full guide, complete with workarounds and fixes, for the recently-released Adobe Photoshop CS3 beta.
The guide covers error messages, a cropping tool/rotation bug, a brush size indicator bug workaround, images opening in the wrong application, installation bugs, how to restore auto-correction, interaction with Lightroom and CS2, PowerPC plug-ins not functioning on Intel-based Macs unless Rosetta emulation has been launched and serial number workarounds for when a valid serial number is entered and rejected and what to do when the beta expires.
Adobe Photoshop CS3 is expected in 2007 and is the first version of Photoshop to be a full Universal Binary, functioning natively on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.
The Photoshop CS3 beta requires a Macintosh running Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later, a 1 GHz G4 or G5 PowerPC processor of an Intel-based Macintosh. 512 megabytes of RAM and a minimum screen resolution of 1024×769 are also required.
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The folks over at MacFixIt have assembled a full guide, complete with workarounds and fixes, for the recently-released Adobe Photoshop CS3 beta.
The guide covers error messages, a cropping tool/rotation bug, a brush size indicator bug workaround, images opening in the wrong application, installation bugs, how to restore auto-correction, interaction with Lightroom and CS2, PowerPC plug-ins not functioning on Intel-based Macs unless Rosetta emulation has been launched and serial number workarounds for when a valid serial number is entered and rejected and what to do when the beta expires.
Adobe Photoshop CS3 is expected in 2007 and is the first version of Photoshop to be a full Universal Binary, functioning natively on both PowerPC and Intel-based hardware.
The Photoshop CS3 beta requires a Macintosh running Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later, a 1 GHz G4 or G5 PowerPC processor of an Intel-based Macintosh. 512 megabytes of RAM and a minimum screen resolution of 1024×769 are also required.
If you have have any comments or feedback on this, let us know.

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