why stop at cs6 ? cs7 and 8 will no doubt have some connection with previous versions re: legacy and continuity, downward compatibility ?
its like going through that time warp thing on tv ...star gate ?... go back or ahead in time and yap about whats up etc. have fun. go on facebook and share stuff !
I wrote this script today just for this thread.....
Bob walks down street and goes into a storefront which has a sign on it that says, " EDITOR OF THE FUTURE "
Store Clerk : " Can I help you ? "
Bob: " Yes, I understand you have a program that is not released yet called CS6. I was wondering if you could find it in your heart to give me a copy of the program so I can get a head start on all the new features ? "
Store Clerk: " No, I'm sorry sir, but that program hasn't been released."
Bob: " When you say " released" do you mean like when you set free a wild animal that has been cooped up in captivity, due to some problem with it's health, and now you are going to release it back into the wild ? "
Store Clerk: " No, we mean it hasn't been released because it doesn't exist yet."
Bob: " Oh. OK, see you later."
Bob walks out of store and hails a cab, and
cross dissolve to
Tight shot of Bob checking his mailbox for news about Adobe CS6
We always see this discussion whenever a new version comes out. For a while CS4 and CS5 were together, and then came a time when it was better to put CS4 in with the older versions. Not everyone liked that. At some point maybe CS6 will be separated into its own forum. if the number of posts on that version warrant it. What we recommend, no matter how the forums are structured, is that posters make it clear which version they are talking about.
Shouldn't it have it's own?
Most product forums don't split by version number at all. I'd greatly prefer to not splinter this forum even further.
The reason for splitting between CS4 and CS5 is that CS4 and earlier have more and different problems than CS5 and later... and that's largely what we talk about on these forums.
Yes, CS6 has many new features, but I don't foresee it adding noise in terms of troubleshooting.
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