From when Adobe acquired Macromedia, it is clear that their only vision is towards managing shareholders rather than art/engineering part of their products. It looks like those who makes major decisions on Adobe are completely disconnected from the actual industry they serve. Becoming too big has its own drawback, losing vision. Now it is time to see better variations of Photoshop from various brands.
I have CS5 still I will never upgrade to new releases as they are no longer be trusted. I think this is the best time for competitors to release Photoshop killer.
Thanks for sharing. I used to solve these situations in a crazy way; by filling a new layer at bottom with same size as canvas, link all the layers, drag them to new psd, snap the bottom layer to top-left (all together) and finally delete the bottom layer, phew!
Recently I found that I start to wash dishes in the kitchen whenever I am stuck. My mom gets surprised seeing a busy boy until 2 minutes back suddenly gets involved into kitchen! The problem with this is I dis continue kitchen works immediately when an idea strikes!
When the number of files of the author are less than 7 (when showing blank thumbs), it still missing to show one item but shows current item. Probably it randomizes and selects from the list before excluding the current item.
At the bottom of each item page, the “More items by” section supposed to show all the items of the author except the current item. But now it shows current item and due to the same reason missing atleast one another item.
Looks like this issue happens just recently.
DO A LOT OF WORK
is the only way to cross vacuum. This phase handled different ways by different people. The volume of work is important to finetune future plans to reduce Trial & Errors, thus resulting fluency in the output.
Personally I see the “Gaps” never stops in reality regardless of it is beginner or experienced. Gap exists as long as there is an intention for something new. Not just an issue of beginners.
It’s really cool to see what Flashers are bringing to the JS side and there is some super creative stuff being done at the moment (guys like VF and BitFade come to mind).
I think in couple of years, Flash developers who moved into html/css will comeup with more creative implementations than regular html/css developers. Sad thing from one point of view but that’s the reality.
Regarding job recruitment’s on rich content, matured companies will try to pull developers with Flash experience rather than those with only html/css/js experience, due to the above mentioned reason. Flash did a very good job in the past to the industry, no doubt!