I’m not certain if the file I’m thinking of is yours, but reviewers will change the minimum version information if there’s issues or features that don’t render true in other versions. There was recently a file that opened fine in CS3 , but if you attempted to edit the perspective-skewed smart objects, the perspective reset upon saving. It required CS4 to edit the smart objects, so the review team approved it with a minimum of CS4 .That wasn’t my file, but it does answer my question. Thanks!
I think I misled you. I have Creative Suite 4, but since I saved it as maximum compatibility, I set the option on the upload as minimum CS but when it was approved and posted, the reviewer changed it to CS4 .
Which leads me to believe I was incorrect, and that it was in fact not compatible with anything lower than CS4 .
So my question is, is it possible to save it to be compatible with earlier Creative Suites?
I was just wondering if there was any way to save a file as a .PSD that can be compatible with previous versions of Photoshop (CS3, CS2 , etc.). I save it with “maximum compatibility” but my reviewer changed the version option on one of my uploads from CS to CS4 , which obviously means it didn’t work on previous versions.
Kinda confusing, but thanks to whoever answers!
Is it just me, or did the whole reviewing process halt completely? There’s almost 90 items in queue. I’ve been 3rd in queue for about 3 days now.
The answers above are from two weeks ago. What’s going on?
I would work on the paragraph spacing. The lines seem a bit cramped.
Also, I would take a look at the “white space” in some of your DIVs. It takes away from the look of the theme.
Other than that, it looks nice.
I use it.
Personally, I think it looks even uglier when the border shows that the button is actually bigger than I make the user think.
I use most of what was already mentioned. FireBug and WebDeveloper are amazing.
Using compatibility modus in IE8 you should be able to look at a site as if you were using IE7 (or pressing F12 and changing the browser modus)IE7 isn’t as big of a problem as IE6 though. Not only can IE6 not be run by Windows Vista/Windows 7, but 3rd party cross-browsers don’t work properly either (at least in Windows 7, which works flawlessly by the way—great improvement from Vista).
In the IE Blog they posted some “Differences between IE8 Compatibility View and IE7 ” for those who want to migrate.
For the most part, IE7 displays the same as FF3 , Safari, etc. with some very small bug fixes.
Good contribution sir!
One caveat is that it won’t let you actually interact with each browser – for that I use the FF3 Xenocode plugin – it crashes with a high frequency if you leave it open, but it works fine to test out whether or not a particular jQuery function will play well with IE6 or any other browser.
Wow! THANK YOU ! This is perfect! Looks like it works so far, and it’s fast to use!
Thank you so much! Now I can finally finish my theme I’ve been working on for 3 weeks…
@G_Gilmore – I think I came off a little strong. By all means, I worship this place. This is the perfect place for a designer like me and I wished I would have found out about earlier, but honestly, how can you say we, as designers, are whining when you haven’t uploaded anything?
Please don’t take this as an offense, I’m just trying to provide some backbone for my point of view.