The main difference is that Theseus allows you to better understand how the code was executed in terms of number of calls for [...]
My favorite editor, Brackets, is up for an award at the Linux Journal Readers’ Choice Awards. If you like Brackets too, please take a minute to vote for it. Voting ends September 23rd.
Tap “Q” to access the Spot Removal tool. Shift + Q toggles between Clone and Heal modes. I swear that I had no idea that this shortcut existed. Yet, there it was, in a previous post of mine. So, I thought it might be worth repeating since we all forget things once in a while. […]
I am happy to spread the news about the first update of Dreamweaver CC. There are lots of new and cool things for you (as a side note, the update is coming very shortly after the release of Dreamweaver CC; these much, much faster update cycles are part of the Creative Cloud value proposition). So [...]
This is great news for the Brackets team and its amazing external contributor community: Brackets (the Adobe driven open source code editor for the web) has been nominated for two awards: Best New Open-Source Project (category 15) and Best IDE (category 56).
If you like Brackets and the direction is heading to, then please go to [...]
We’ve just announced the next big tour we are going to do in the last part of this year. It is now North America time. If you want to find more about Creative Cloud, what is new in the tools and services, get inspired and spend half a day with your peers, other experts and [...]
In this episode of Adobe Creative Cloud TV, I’ll show you what’s new in the August 2013 Adobe Muse CC update. There are updates to the way it handles active states of anchor links as well as a New Scroll Motion Panel. One thing I forgot to show in the video was that the […]
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Once a Location has been created in the Saved Locations panel in Lightroom’s Map module, you can quickly apply that Location information by dragging images from the filmstrip and dropping them onto the saved Location. Likewise, you can drag a Saved Location to a photo in the filmstrip. In both cases, the photo will receive […]
Lately I’ve been working on a lot more video production – everything from simple video tutorials, to apps running on devices, to detailed videos on Adobe products and tools. I’m getting asked more and more about what I’m using to produce my videos, so here goes… I consider this to be a fairly minimalist rig, [...]
There is a new Preference in Lightroom to control whether or not Lightroom displays the files as they are being imported. Choosing Preferences > General > Import Options and checking “Select the ‘Current/Previous Import’ Collection During Import” tells Lightroom to display the images being imported (by revealing that collection in the Catalog Panel in the […]
A little *.jsx script (ExtendScript) that shows how to add a color to swatches panel in Photoshop. var red = 255; var green = 0; var blue = 0; var name = “Red”; // var addColorDescriptor = new ActionDescriptor(); // Get reference to Swatches panel var swatchesPanelReference = new ActionReference(); swatchesPanelReference.putClass(stringIDToTypeID(‘colors’)); addColorDescriptor.putReference(stringIDToTypeID(‘null’), swatchesPanelReference); // Setup…
I held my Master the Shoot Digital Photography Workflow Workshop this past Saturday in my studio. We had a great turnout and a great time shooting and exploring my digital photography workflow. During the workshop and on our third shoot I decided to give the Priolite MBX500 a shot. I had just received this kit […]