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So who officially has any Adobe CS4 Products yet?


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Just got Adobe CS4 Master Collection, its really nice. I like the new interfaces and it has alot better connection with the programs like FCS, but its nothing to turn me away from using FCS 2.
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I don't need anything else for what I do.
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And what do you do?
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It is a bit tough to answer. Best answer is digital collage. Strictly a hobby albeit one I spend about 5 to ten hours a day on. So far, I am not falling off my chair impressed. The biggest "change" for me was CS to CS2. CS3 was a bit of a snooze and so is CS4. I do appreciate the new smooth zooming but could have carried on without it. I am thinking I might change to an "every other upgrade" policy. I did say that about CS4 but at the end of the day, I can't resist having the latest. A silly hobbyist.

Are you professional?
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No im just learning right now, some college here and there. Im basically picking up all the new features. I agree with you i don't think its worth the $899 Upgrade fee, but hey, they're trying their best to string all there programs together like FCS does. I have to admit, that part is a lot better than cs2 ever was. It was a hassle exporting then importing all the time.
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