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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 29, 2009 Jul 29, 2009

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Right now (July 29 2009) there is a message at the top of the Premiere forum describing what is GOING to happen to better organize the forum along product lines

http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere

I think this is a good idea... and wonder if there are other forums which could be better organized?

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Guru ,
Jul 29, 2009 Jul 29, 2009

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The photoshop area could use a hardware discussion area. Most questions seem to be from people not wanting to do the research and want a quick answer or wanting to see if others have like systems they want to purchase. 

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Advocate ,
Jul 29, 2009 Jul 29, 2009

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That's messed up, is Photoshop really so bloated that you actually have to be concerned about the hardware you're running it on in this multi-core supercomputer age?

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Guide ,
Jul 29, 2009 Jul 29, 2009

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Ansury wrote:

…is Photoshop really so bloated that you actually have to be concerned about the hardware you're running it on in this multi-core supercomputer age?

It is.  Absolutely —and beyond belief.

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Why am I not surprised... yeah I think I'll stick to the free alternatives without the bloat and the upgrade fees, sorry Adobe.

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Guru ,
Jul 29, 2009 Jul 29, 2009

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Yes, because because a lot of people buy the software and never check into what the operating spec of the computer should be even though it is posted on the website.

All I did was suggest. Actually I could care less. So disregard the suggestion.

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Jul 29, 2009 Jul 29, 2009

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From the title of your thread, I had expected you had posted a blank message.  

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