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SinestesiaDesign says

This is a huge chance for opensource projects and indie developers. I hope Envato starts supporting more non-adobe software soon :).

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stockindesign says

During this year I try Adobe Creative Cloud with 1 gift card, but I think that I need this subscription in the future. For InDesign Lovers is mandatory because We need Adobe Services for create DPS.

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jonathan01 says

I would of been all for this if there was an option for single apps or the full collection – something like:

Full collection $50 p/month

Single Apps $15 p/month

But that would mean Adobe have to offer choices… yeah.

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Giallo says

“Adobe has shared with us that Creative Suite 6 will still be available for purchase, but it will not be updated beyond addressing bugs and OS compatibility. There will be no Creative Suite 7. Instead, Adobe is pointing all of its energy towards Creative Cloud, eliminating the familiar retail box in the process.” via thenextweb.com

thanks. I agree with your doubts guys.. also everyone’s internet connection must be very stable to use it as a Cloud service…? No?! Anyway we don’t count very much, if they say use the cloud, well we use it or we die..


This is a huge chance for opensource projects and indie developers. I hope Envato starts supporting more non-adobe software soon :).

Good point… but at the moment there are no valuable options to Adobe softwares… (please don’t say GIMP)

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SinestesiaDesign says

Good point… but at the moment there are no valuable options to Adobe softwares… (please don’t say GIMP)

GIMP is making some progress. Some veeeeeery slow progress. I was thinking of new apps like Krita ( http://krita.org/ ). It’s more on the digital painting side, but has enough tools to do anything. Too bad it’s linux only ATM.

There’s also Acorn (http://www.flyingmeat.com/acorn/) and Pixelmator ( http://www.pixelmator.com/ ) for OS X, they’re commercial but cheap enough.

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GravityDept says

What i mean is that paying for it monthly (renting) is not pratical at all, atleast I dont upgrade my suite every version it comes out, for example im still on the CS 5.5, and with this new system its like you were forced to actually upgrade your software (since you are paying anyway). On other note, do they really quitted on the creative suites now ? Wont there be a CS7 ? I cant seem to find an answer to this in the Adobe, have you guys seen anything discussing this ?

You were already paying for every release. Since CS6, Adobe changed its upgrade pricing so even if you skipped from 5.5 to 6.5, you still had to pay for upgrades to 6.0 and 6.5. Creative Cloud is actually less expensive in the long run if you factor this in, which you must because the old pricing model has been gone for a year. Most people just haven’t realized it yet.

Now you have no choice. Deal with I suppose. It’s nice having access to all of Creative Cloud. I’m actually happy with this change, except:

http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/adobe-fireworks-is-dead/97382
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Giallo says

There’s also Acorn (http://www.flyingmeat.com/acorn/) and Pixelmator ( http://www.pixelmator.com/ ) for OS X, they’re commercial but cheap enough.

These are nice softwares buddy, but more for matte paint/art? I think the only alternative to PS now could be GIMP, but is too far away actually.

The thing is that these softwares are already a good alternative to PS, but they’re poor and “buggy”, the usability is so low that I got super-frustrated. Thanks for posting these opensource

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Dfinepixel says


What i mean is that paying for it monthly (renting) is not pratical at all, atleast I dont upgrade my suite every version it comes out, for example im still on the CS 5.5, and with this new system its like you were forced to actually upgrade your software (since you are paying anyway). On other note, do they really quitted on the creative suites now ? Wont there be a CS7 ? I cant seem to find an answer to this in the Adobe, have you guys seen anything discussing this ?

You were already paying for every release. Since CS6, Adobe changed its upgrade pricing so even if you skipped from 5.5 to 6.5, you still had to pay for upgrades to 6.0 and 6.5. Creative Cloud is actually less expensive in the long run if you factor this in, which you must because the old pricing model has been gone for a year. Most people just haven’t realized it yet.

Now you have no choice. Deal with I suppose. It’s nice having access to all of Creative Cloud. I’m actually happy with this change, except:

http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/adobe-fireworks-is-dead/97382

Ah, that i didnt knew, the other times i upgraded my suite i didnt payed the versions i actually skipped. This is just making the designer invest more and more which is pretty sad when you had been a loyal user of adobe products for a long time. I will just stick with the version i have now, i dont think i will feel the need to be “upgraded” anytime soon, would have to be a real sweet new feature to pull me to do so! :)

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Giallo says

guys if you have any questions regarding the Adobe Photoshop CC

http://blogs.adobe.com/photoshopdotcom/2013/05/answering-your-questions-about-photoshop-cc.html
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KurtBilisim says

Can someone explain how this system works? Let’s say I pay 1 month fee, do I get to sell stuff only in that month? After that month ends and I don’t repay, will I have to remove my file from here?

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