20 days back I saw a comment in my member area, informing me that one of my image is in the splash collection, I wasn't sure what this splash page is all about, after searching in the message board, I came to know that its the image displayed in the homepage of DT website.
Since then everyday I used to check the homepage, but I couldn't find my image, but today my friend noticed it and ringed me to inform, I'm glad that I made it to that stage, my next target is Editors Choice. Hope soon I get one editors choice image, I'm working hard on this.
Here is the image which is enjoying the DT Splash page, , well for all those who might have missed the images here is the full collection, which was part of the splash page....
Well just downloaded Adobe CS5 Master Collection for Mac, its over 6 GB to download, (you can get the trial version from Adobe website).
Well it looks cool with some new features, but I'm wondering who is going to buy it, these guys launch new suites every 9 months, 6 months back I installed, CS4, I haven't used all the features in CS4, as the transition from CS3 to CS4 took some time. Now they already have CS5.
Anybody here is DT using CS5, share your experience here, first impression the icon which is in the dock of mac looks so ugly, wish they had kept the same icon of CS4.
Another thing I would love to share here, my mac book pro has CS3 Design Premium Middle East version, CS4 Master Collection and now...
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