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Jerry: No, don't have that problem at all. It may be your graphics card. Check to see that you have the latest version. One thing I noticed was that when trying to put the palettes into the "palette well" on the options bar, the well -- is supposed to highlight when the palette touches it . Well (no pun intended) : 1) the manual has no illustration showing what the "well" looks like nor does it describe it. Just says it's on the bar. I thought it should be the the empty box on the right side of the options bar, but 2) mine does not highlight and can find nothing that does. My only real objection is Adobe's conversion to the school of MicroSoft, with it's insistence to bring everyone online to the Adobe site. Despite their assurances to the contrary, when I first updated per their instructions I saw the modem sending a lot of information from my system. Did what I could by stopping automatic installation and not checking automatically for updates. I really resent their having capricious accesss to my system even though I have a good firewall. Haven't succombed to online help yet and hope the gurus will rush their 6.0 books for us. J. Lipmanson Jerry Olson wrote: > There appears to be a small bug in photoshop 6. the layer palette keeps > disappearing, and you have to reselect it constantly. Anyone else notice this? > > Its a great program of course, but it IS getting rather bloated, and the > manual is really the worst adobe has ever issued. The on line help is > abominable for many reasons, the first being that it will take people > anywhere from 3 minutes to several times that just to get on the web, > depending on the speed of your setup. Then the print is so large you > have to scroll horizontally to read everything. And you have to jump > around so much you can't remember where you started from. I assume > Fraser and Blatner will come out with a useable book that explains how > to do all the new things! I hope they will have a few tutorials in the > book. > > Can you just imagine a new person who has never used photoshop at all > trying to use it with the 6.0 manual as his first guide to the program? > > Jerry > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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