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cyzer says

I work in CS6 then convert back to CS4 with open sesame, works almost flawlessly.

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telecast says

Sure, at least CS5 is the way to go. it’s much powerful and stable than its predecessor. Those cannot create 2540×1850 buffer error days are far away in the past :D

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GrizzleFX says


I work in CS6 then convert back to CS4 with open sesame, works almost flawlessly.
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That damn text is the worst

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5p1r17 says



I work in CS6 then convert back to CS4 with open sesame, works almost flawlessly.
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That damn text is the worst

This is the ONLY problem with OpenSesame. It’s a matter of 1-2 hours to fix it. I’ve successfully converted a ton of projects from CS5 and 6.

If you’re lazy, stay on CS3 then…. :)

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InlifeThrill says

Yup, CS5 for me too. I dropped the 32bit story a few months ago.

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doru says

Yup, CS5 for me too. I dropped the 32bit story a few months ago.

did you notice a drop of sales of something or no influence?

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InlifeThrill says

Not really. Sales stayed pretty much the same. Hope all is good.

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3dbacks says

...but with CS4 :)


Not really. Sales stayed pretty much the same. Hope all is good.
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3dbacks says

almost forgot – best author here is InlifeThrill (money)

when you click on – sales – there is CS3 :)


...but with CS4 :)

Not really. Sales stayed pretty much the same. Hope all is good.
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roddinthemighty says

Hey, hey wait a minute there!

I haven’t tried CS5 on this pc yet to know how much faster CS5 is, but I’ve enabled Multuprocessing for CS4 with 2.8gb per CPU . I’m running on a quadcore, so it’s 4 times faster than my previous one that didn’t have multiprocessing on.

I’d be really happy if CS5 is even faster than this, but i’m quite happy with the speed on CS4 now.

Hope this helps!

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