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Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta:审核评论

It's easy to move the watermark with the Content Aware Move Tool in Adobe Photoshop CS6.

+$It's easy to move the watermark with the Content Aware Move Tool in Adobe Photoshop CS6.

+$Adobe released a Photoshop CS6 beta on March 22, giving anyone a chance to download it and explore its new features. The early reviews are in...

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+$Rock-solid

+$Writing in PC Pro,+$Tom Arah Says+$that Adobe is "making Photoshop CS6 available as an open beta to ensure that the final release is rock-solid. There are some bugs to iron out, but the real reason for throwing the doors wide open is clear: Adobe knows once you've tried Photoshop CS6, you're not going to be happy with anything else - including Photoshop CS5."

+$Whizz-bang Brushes

+$The technology blogs have been quick to share their opinions and put up quick-fire Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta reviews. Here's what Wired's+$Scott Gilbertson Thinks

+$"This release has video editing tools, a more photo-friendly interface, better production-minded features, and some cool whiz-bang brushes for 'magically' editing people, objects and backgrounds out of photos that anyone can find a use for. It's a more capable program designed to appeal to a wider range of potential users."

+$Concentrates on the basics

+$"I'm in love with Photoshop CS6,"+$writes Jesus Diaz+$at Gizmodo. " For the first time in many years, this one is a must-have update... [it concentrates] on the basics, that 10 per cent that does the 90 per cent of the work." In fact, he calls the beta the 'best update in recent memory'.

+$Largely The Same

+$None of these early reviews will offer the sort of in-depth analysis that many people are looking for. They're impressions and hands-on reviews of the beta software. Tech site+$The Verge is less impressed

+$"Photoshop CS6 may look like a huge visual refresh -- and it's certainly the most drastic one in recent memory - but it's largely the same Photoshop, good and bad, underneath."

+$The single most important fix...

+$Writing for TIME's Techland blog, veteran journalist Harry McCracken describes the Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta as+$"magical"+$. But although there are some impressive features like the Content Aware Patch tool and layer searching, McCracken highlights something smaller...

+$"One of Photoshop's most mundane enhancements may be the single most important fix: It finally has an auto-save feature." (Good point. Who hasn't lost work in the past due to a failure to save and a Mac crash?)

+$GPU Acceleration

对于+$MacWorld's Michael Burns+$, it's the GPU acceleration "that nudges this release towards being a must-buy. The numerous other timesaving controls and tweaks crowd take precedence over 'whizz-bang' features this time around."

+$Have you downloaded the Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta yet? You can get it free fromAdobe实验室+$for the duration of the beta period. And with Adobe avoiding any mention of a firm release date for the final software, who knows how long that will be.

+$If you're a designer, illustrator or photographer, let us know what you thought of the beta (and whether you'll be upgrading to Adobe CS6) in the comments below.

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