So now Photoshop CS6 has been announced for release in May. I've setup the CS6 Beta to my prefs and it might be nice to know that I can install the new release over it instead of having to clean uninstall the Beta. Will this be possible or advisable?
Also,since the Interface language can be changed are there any plans to offer language packs without another license purchase? Microsoft Office for instance does sell language packs at a small fee.
Hopefully this would be a viable alternative.
A while back I asked if it was worth personalizing the Beta version of Photoshop and Bridge to my taste. I was told by an Adobe employee that any presets or customizations (such as workspace) that I had created, etc. would be transferrable to the final working version.
here is the thread:
You can export your presets before uninstalling the beta and import them to the final version when you get it. When you uninstall, do not check the remove preferenes box and your new version should use the same preferences.
" Also,since the Interface language can be changed are there any plans to offer language packs without another license purchase? Microsoft Office for instance does sell language packs at a small fee."
Hello, from the Creative Cloud FAQ, it seems that one can chose the language of the installed programs with Creative Cloud, but I haven't got an answer whether several languages can be installed at the same time.
On the other hand, for the non-cloud version, you do need to pay a full version to get an alternate language. I made a feature request to lift that limitation, given the fact that other Adobe programs don't suffer from it: http://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/photoshop_allow_ change_users_to_change_the_ui_language do vote for it if you care!