Re: After Installation of my CS II Upgrade May I...
- From: noone@xxxxxxxx (Hunt)
- Date: 25 May 2006 21:28:56 GMT
In article <1148589860.179621.83660@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
In article <1148332197.442647.178900@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
...delete all previous itereations of PS on my hard drive specifically
PS 6.0 and earlier? Yes I have been operating in the dark ages for a
few years. :-)
Thanks in advance.
Yes, you can. Depending on the version(s) of PS that you have, you might
forto save your Actions, Brushes, Plug-ins to a seperate folder. Some may well
translate to CSx, and some may not, but it won't hurt to have them handy
withlater. Also, I'd keep a version around, until you have become comfortable
aCSx. I usually keep at least one older version, in case a client calls with
super-rush job, until I know the new one by heart.
Then, you can uninstall the previous versions. Just make sure that you have
selected the RIGHT version to uninstall.
Thanks all. CS II is up and running and I am no longer in the dark ages
with white cane. I am now fumbling around in the light of
post-modernism. :-) Stay tuned for hopefully less idiotic questions.
<gasp> I'll even read the documentation!
Don't worry about the questions. Also, some of the documentation makes some
assumptions, and also doesn't cover all possibilities. As good as the program
is, and as good as the Adobe support is, their Help files, and the
documentation are not what they could be. If you do not know the exact syntax,
spelling, nomenclature, etc. of the question, you'll NEVER find the answer.
For stuff like that, these two NGs are the best way of getting the info that
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