Do I need both these versions.

Search   Help    Register    Login   Home
Sat, 21 March 2009 08:01 Go to next message
SS[1] (Advanced Photoshop user)
I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
versions of Photoshop on my PC.
I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
there.

Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
Can I delete one of these?

thanks
Sat, 21 March 2009 08:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sat, 21 Mar 2009 12:01:21 -0000, "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk>
scribbled:

>I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>there.
>
>Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>Can I delete one of these?

Stupid people shouldn't pirate expensive software....
Sat, 21 March 2009 10:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dave[36] (Photoshop expert)
On Sat, 21 Mar 2009 12:01:21 -0000, "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk>
wrote:

>I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>there.
>
>Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>Can I delete one of these?
>
>thanks
>

1. An installed program can never be deleted. (to be uninstalled)
2. Image Ready is not a lesser version but a program on its own.
3. It is sincerely doubtful you will use any of these programs.
You can consider Tetris. If you question it, please
only prove it to yourself. Best of luck my friend.
You may (of course) become a digital artist of fame.
Sat, 21 March 2009 11:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joel (Photoshop expert)
"SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
> there.
>
> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
> Can I delete one of these?
>
> thanks

The *real* 2 copies or 2 sets of icons? If they are 2 *real* copies on 2
separated folders then sure you can uninstall one of them, but it's only ONE
copy but 2 or more ICONS then you can delete any of the icon, or just leave
them alone won't cost you anything.

I read you mention about restoring some old backup and other drive etc.. I
don't have any experience with these. So I would say delete (I am not sure
if it can be uninstalled) the version doesn't have any information in the
REGISTRY.
Sat, 21 March 2009 14:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sat, 21 Mar 2009 10:15:29 -0500, Joel <Joel@NoSpam.com> scribbled:

>"SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>
>> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>> there.
>>
>> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>> Can I delete one of these?
>>
>> thanks
>
> The *real* 2 copies or 2 sets of icons? If they are 2 *real* copies on 2
>separated folders then sure you can uninstall one of them, but it's only ONE
>copy but 2 or more ICONS then you can delete any of the icon, or just leave
>them alone won't cost you anything.
>
> I read you mention about restoring some old backup and other drive etc.. I
>don't have any experience with these. So I would say delete (I am not sure
>if it can be uninstalled) the version doesn't have any information in the
>REGISTRY.

The idiot's pirated a copy of CS is too lazy or fucking stupid to Google
for Image Ready to find out what he's got but some other idiot probably
convinced him he wanted or needed Photoshop as opposed to the available
free and far cheaper alternatives that do the same job nearly as well...

"Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS"

What a fucking piece of work....
Sat, 21 March 2009 16:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
SS[1] (Advanced Photoshop user)
"Joel" <Joel@NoSpam.com> wrote in message
news:uo0as4lrvmmg279ppuanc6fi7n08o1fadr@4ax.com...
> "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>
>> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>> there.
>>
>> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>> Can I delete one of these?
>>
>> thanks
>
> The *real* 2 copies or 2 sets of icons? If they are 2 *real* copies on 2
> separated folders then sure you can uninstall one of them, but it's only
> ONE
> copy but 2 or more ICONS then you can delete any of the icon, or just
> leave
> them alone won't cost you anything.
>
> I read you mention about restoring some old backup and other drive etc.. I
> don't have any experience with these. So I would say delete (I am not
> sure
> if it can be uninstalled) the version doesn't have any information in the
> REGISTRY.

It is 2 seperate programmes 1 is mine, but unsure how the other arrived
there.
I did go through a period of testing spare (old) hardrives. Old ones I had
or had given to me so that I could keep copies of my pictures and some other
documents on them as a back up.
So possibly the `other` version has originated from there, anyhow the
question has been answered so will uninstall/delete the lesser version.

thanks
Sat, 21 March 2009 18:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sat, 21 Mar 2009 20:35:24 -0000, "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk>
scribbled:

>
>"Joel" <Joel@NoSpam.com> wrote in message
>news:uo0as4lrvmmg279ppuanc6fi7n08o1fadr@4ax.com...
>> "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>>
>>> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>>> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>>> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>>> there.
>>>
>>> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>>> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>>> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>>> Can I delete one of these?
>>>
>>> thanks
>>
>> The *real* 2 copies or 2 sets of icons? If they are 2 *real* copies on 2
>> separated folders then sure you can uninstall one of them, but it's only
>> ONE
>> copy but 2 or more ICONS then you can delete any of the icon, or just
>> leave
>> them alone won't cost you anything.
>>
>> I read you mention about restoring some old backup and other drive etc.. I
>> don't have any experience with these. So I would say delete (I am not
>> sure
>> if it can be uninstalled) the version doesn't have any information in the
>> REGISTRY.
>
>It is 2 seperate programmes 1 is mine, but unsure how the other arrived
>there.
>I did go through a period of testing spare (old) hardrives. Old ones I had
>or had given to me so that I could keep copies of my pictures and some other
>documents on them as a back up.
>So possibly the `other` version has originated from there, anyhow the
>question has been answered so will uninstall/delete the lesser version.
>
>thanks
>

Yeah, and the program just immigrated all by itself... you're seriously
fucking retarded. Sell your computer before you become a virus host or
under trojan control and used for spamming. You're far too stupid to own
anything more technical than an Etch-a-Sketch.
Sat, 21 March 2009 19:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joel (Photoshop expert)
"SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

>
> "Joel" <Joel@NoSpam.com> wrote in message
> news:uo0as4lrvmmg279ppuanc6fi7n08o1fadr@4ax.com...
> > "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> >
> >> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
> >> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
> >> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
> >> there.
> >>
> >> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
> >> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
> >> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
> >> Can I delete one of these?
> >>
> >> thanks
> >
> > The *real* 2 copies or 2 sets of icons? If they are 2 *real* copies on 2
> > separated folders then sure you can uninstall one of them, but it's only
> > ONE
> > copy but 2 or more ICONS then you can delete any of the icon, or just
> > leave
> > them alone won't cost you anything.
> >
> > I read you mention about restoring some old backup and other drive etc.. I
> > don't have any experience with these. So I would say delete (I am not
> > sure
> > if it can be uninstalled) the version doesn't have any information in the
> > REGISTRY.
>
> It is 2 seperate programmes 1 is mine, but unsure how the other arrived
> there.
> I did go through a period of testing spare (old) hardrives. Old ones I had
> or had given to me so that I could keep copies of my pictures and some other
> documents on them as a back up.
> So possibly the `other` version has originated from there, anyhow the
> question has been answered so will uninstall/delete the lesser version.
>
> thanks

There is no easy answer because it depends on how it gets there in the
first place, or the uninstalling needs to know what's it in order to
uninstall. So.

- *If* it's installed normal and the Registry has all information then SURE
you can uninstall just like any other installed application.

- *If* it's just copied or restored from some older backup which the
registry has no information then no you can't uninstall the normal way. Or
you will have to manually DELETE the folder.

So, I would RUN each copy to make sure which one works which isn't, then
delete the one doesn't work. If both work then you *might* be able t
install one and hopefully the other will contonue to work.

What I am trying to say that when you uninstall one (same version) then
the registry may erase some information causing other stop working. So be
prepared.
Sat, 21 March 2009 19:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
SS[1] (Advanced Photoshop user)
"Joel" <Joel@NoSpam.com> wrote in message
news:fesas4h33p3ejm8c55l2u01v58fbae1ld5@4ax.com...
> "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>
>>
>> "Joel" <Joel@NoSpam.com> wrote in message
>> news:uo0as4lrvmmg279ppuanc6fi7n08o1fadr@4ax.com...
>> > "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>> >
>> >> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>> >> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>> >> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came
>> >> from
>> >> there.
>> >>
>> >> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>> >> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>> >> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>> >> Can I delete one of these?
>> >>
>> >> thanks
>> >
>> > The *real* 2 copies or 2 sets of icons? If they are 2 *real* copies on
>> > 2
>> > separated folders then sure you can uninstall one of them, but it's
>> > only
>> > ONE
>> > copy but 2 or more ICONS then you can delete any of the icon, or just
>> > leave
>> > them alone won't cost you anything.
>> >
>> > I read you mention about restoring some old backup and other drive
>> > etc.. I
>> > don't have any experience with these. So I would say delete (I am not
>> > sure
>> > if it can be uninstalled) the version doesn't have any information in
>> > the
>> > REGISTRY.
>>
>> It is 2 seperate programmes 1 is mine, but unsure how the other arrived
>> there.
>> I did go through a period of testing spare (old) hardrives. Old ones I
>> had
>> or had given to me so that I could keep copies of my pictures and some
>> other
>> documents on them as a back up.
>> So possibly the `other` version has originated from there, anyhow the
>> question has been answered so will uninstall/delete the lesser version.
>>
>> thanks
>
> There is no easy answer because it depends on how it gets there in the
> first place, or the uninstalling needs to know what's it in order to
> uninstall. So.
>
> - *If* it's installed normal and the Registry has all information then
> SURE
> you can uninstall just like any other installed application.
>
> - *If* it's just copied or restored from some older backup which the
> registry has no information then no you can't uninstall the normal way.
> Or
> you will have to manually DELETE the folder.
>
> So, I would RUN each copy to make sure which one works which isn't, then
> delete the one doesn't work. If both work then you *might* be able t
> install one and hopefully the other will contonue to work.
>
> What I am trying to say that when you uninstall one (same version) then
> the registry may erase some information causing other stop working. So be
> prepared.
>
I should be ok as I have a disc for V8.0 of photoshop which is the one I
use.
So if it screws I can re install.
thanks
Sat, 21 March 2009 19:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sat, 21 Mar 2009 18:06:37 -0500, Joel <Joel@NoSpam.com> scribbled:

>"SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>
>>
>> "Joel" <Joel@NoSpam.com> wrote in message
>> news:uo0as4lrvmmg279ppuanc6fi7n08o1fadr@4ax.com...
>> > "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
>> >
>> >> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>> >> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>> >> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>> >> there.
>> >>
>> >> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>> >> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>> >> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>> >> Can I delete one of these?
>> >>
>> >> thanks
>> >
>> > The *real* 2 copies or 2 sets of icons? If they are 2 *real* copies on 2
>> > separated folders then sure you can uninstall one of them, but it's only
>> > ONE
>> > copy but 2 or more ICONS then you can delete any of the icon, or just
>> > leave
>> > them alone won't cost you anything.
>> >
>> > I read you mention about restoring some old backup and other drive etc.. I
>> > don't have any experience with these. So I would say delete (I am not
>> > sure
>> > if it can be uninstalled) the version doesn't have any information in the
>> > REGISTRY.
>>
>> It is 2 seperate programmes 1 is mine, but unsure how the other arrived
>> there.
>> I did go through a period of testing spare (old) hardrives. Old ones I had
>> or had given to me so that I could keep copies of my pictures and some other
>> documents on them as a back up.
>> So possibly the `other` version has originated from there, anyhow the
>> question has been answered so will uninstall/delete the lesser version.
>>
>> thanks
>
> There is no easy answer because it depends on how it gets there in the
>first place, or the uninstalling needs to know what's it in order to
>uninstall. So.
>
>- *If* it's installed normal and the Registry has all information then SURE
>you can uninstall just like any other installed application.
>
>- *If* it's just copied or restored from some older backup which the
>registry has no information then no you can't uninstall the normal way. Or
>you will have to manually DELETE the folder.
>
> So, I would RUN each copy to make sure which one works which isn't, then
>delete the one doesn't work. If both work then you *might* be able t
>install one and hopefully the other will contonue to work.
>
> What I am trying to say that when you uninstall one (same version) then
>the registry may erase some information causing other stop working. So be
>prepared.
>

He's got:

Adobe ImageReady CS
Adobe Photoshop CS

In the start menu. Nothing's migrated from any other drive. The idiot
doesn't know or understand what he's stolen. He believes 'Image Ready'
is an inferior version of Photoshop that somehow *poof* appeared on his
computer.
Sat, 21 March 2009 19:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Fred (Photoshop expert)
> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
> there.
>
> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
> Can I delete one of these?
>
> thanks
>

If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
These 2 programs complete eachother.
Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html design.
In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
software.
In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
Sat, 21 March 2009 21:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joel (Photoshop expert)
"Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> wrote:

> > I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
> > versions of Photoshop on my PC.
> > I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
> > there.
> >
> > Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
> > Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
> > There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
> > Can I delete one of these?
> >
> > thanks
> >
>
> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
> These 2 programs complete eachother.
> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html design.
> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
> software.
> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).

Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
be illegal?

The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
Sat, 21 March 2009 22:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sat, 21 Mar 2009 20:11:50 -0500, Joel <Joel@NoSpam.com> scribbled:

>"Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> wrote:
>
>> > I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>> > versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>> > I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>> > there.
>> >
>> > Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>> > Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>> > There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>> > Can I delete one of these?
>> >
>> > thanks
>> >
>>
>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html design.
>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
>> software.
>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>
> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>be illegal?
>
> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
>he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.

No, that's not what he said.

Do try reading what you're replying to a couple times if the big words
confuse you.
Sat, 21 March 2009 22:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
D-Mac (Photoshop begginer)
Joel wrote:
> "Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> wrote:
>
>>> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>>> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>>> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>>> there.
>>>
>>> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>>> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>>> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>>> Can I delete one of these?
>>>
>>> thanks
>>>
>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html design.
>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
>> software.
>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>
> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
> be illegal?
>
> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.


The correct terminology is: "BULLSHIT, I pirated the stuff".

You can't run a CS of any version unless it is authenticated. Backups,
old demo's someone else's hard drive or even a hard drive "you played
around with" that has a copy of CS on it doesn't rub off. It's all
BULLSHIT if you think it will run without authentication.

True, you can authenticate PS on two systems but try and run them
simultaneously and they'll disable. SO "MAYBE" it's time to stop the
BULLSHIT and come clean on it being a pirate copy? Like Voivod said at
the start; Stupid people shouldn't pirate expensive software....
Sat, 21 March 2009 23:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 12:58:22 +1000, D-Mac <alienjones@y7mail.com>
scribbled:

>Joel wrote:
>> "Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> wrote:
>>
>>>> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>>>> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>>>> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>>>> there.
>>>>
>>>> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>>>> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>>>> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>>>> Can I delete one of these?
>>>>
>>>> thanks
>>>>
>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html design.
>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
>>> software.
>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>
>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>> be illegal?
>>
>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>
>
>The correct terminology is: "BULLSHIT, I pirated the stuff".
>
>You can't run a CS of any version unless it is authenticated. Backups,
>old demo's someone else's hard drive or even a hard drive "you played
>around with" that has a copy of CS on it doesn't rub off. It's all
>BULLSHIT if you think it will run without authentication.
>
>True, you can authenticate PS on two systems but try and run them
>simultaneously and they'll disable. SO "MAYBE" it's time to stop the
>BULLSHIT and come clean on it being a pirate copy? Like Voivod said at
>the start; Stupid people shouldn't pirate expensive software....

Heh, agreeing with me isn't going to win you any friends hereabouts :)
Sun, 22 March 2009 03:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Falcon[2] (Photoshop begginer)
>>True, you can authenticate PS on two systems but try and run them
>>simultaneously and they'll disable. SO "MAYBE" it's time to stop the
>>BULLSHIT and come clean on it being a pirate copy? Like Voivod said at
>>the start; Stupid people shouldn't pirate expensive software....
>
> Heh, agreeing with me isn't going to win you any friends hereabouts :)
>

Judging by your posts who'd want to be friends with an arsehole like you
: )
Sun, 22 March 2009 05:18 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 18:02:04 +1100, "Falcon" <falcon@yahoo.com>
scribbled:

>
>
>>>True, you can authenticate PS on two systems but try and run them
>>>simultaneously and they'll disable. SO "MAYBE" it's time to stop the
>>>BULLSHIT and come clean on it being a pirate copy? Like Voivod said at
>>>the start; Stupid people shouldn't pirate expensive software....
>>
>> Heh, agreeing with me isn't going to win you any friends hereabouts :)
>>
>
>Judging by your posts who'd want to be friends with an arsehole like you
> : )

I'd be proud to NOT be the friend of a fucktard like you who can't quote
properly and thinks he's quaint for spelling arse the archaic way.

Please, don't be my friend.
Sun, 22 March 2009 05:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Falcon[2] (Photoshop begginer)
>>>
>>
>>Judging by your posts who'd want to be friends with an arsehole like you
>> : )
>
> I'd be proud to NOT be the friend of a fucktard like you who can't quote
> properly and thinks he's quaint for spelling arse the archaic way.
>
> Please, don't be my friend.
>
>
Yada yada yada .............
Sun, 22 March 2009 05:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 20:19:49 +1100, "Falcon" <falcon@yahoo.com>
scribbled:

>
>>>>
>>>
>>>Judging by your posts who'd want to be friends with an arsehole like you
>>> : )
>>
>> I'd be proud to NOT be the friend of a fucktard like you who can't quote
>> properly and thinks he's quaint for spelling arse the archaic way.
>>
>> Please, don't be my friend.
>>
>>
>Yada yada yada .............

Learn to quote. Learn why.

Seriously, stop trying to be my friend.
Sun, 22 March 2009 05:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Falcon[2] (Photoshop begginer)
"Voivod" <Voi@vod.con> wrote in message
news:6c1cs4tblt2dilt05rmeo2pio9squdni30@isp5.newshosting.com...
> On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 20:19:49 +1100, "Falcon" <falcon@yahoo.com>
> scribbled:
>
>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Judging by your posts who'd want to be friends with an arsehole like you
>>>> : )
>>>
>>> I'd be proud to NOT be the friend of a fucktard like you who can't quote
>>> properly and thinks he's quaint for spelling arse the archaic way.
>>>
>>> Please, don't be my friend.
>>>
>>>
>>Yada yada yada .............
>
> Learn to quote. Learn why.
>
> Seriously, stop trying to be my friend.
>

With friends like you who needs enemas!
Sun, 22 March 2009 06:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
D-Mac (Photoshop begginer)
Voivod wrote:
> On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 12:58:22 +1000, D-Mac <alienjones@y7mail.com>
> scribbled:
>
>> Joel wrote:
>>> "Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> wrote:
>>>
>>>>> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>>>>> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>>>>> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>>>>> there.
>>>>>
>>>>> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>>>>> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>>>>> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>>>>> Can I delete one of these?
>>>>>
>>>>> thanks
>>>>>
>>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html design.
>>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
>>>> software.
>>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>>> be illegal?
>>>
>>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
>>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>>
>> The correct terminology is: "BULLSHIT, I pirated the stuff".
>>
>> You can't run a CS of any version unless it is authenticated. Backups,
>> old demo's someone else's hard drive or even a hard drive "you played
>> around with" that has a copy of CS on it doesn't rub off. It's all
>> BULLSHIT if you think it will run without authentication.
>>
>> True, you can authenticate PS on two systems but try and run them
>> simultaneously and they'll disable. SO "MAYBE" it's time to stop the
>> BULLSHIT and come clean on it being a pirate copy? Like Voivod said at
>> the start; Stupid people shouldn't pirate expensive software....
>
> Heh, agreeing with me isn't going to win you any friends hereabouts :)
>
>

Funny thing... If someone is a thief, I might not like what they do
but they'll gain my respect for admitting it. If someone is course or
blunt in pointing out the truth or the obvious, many might resent them
for doing so but me, I'll go for the respect thing any day.

If having self promoting braggarts who use newsgroups to promote their
own wealth creation whilst lying about their true motive and having
minds closed to anything and everything else as friends is what you
refer to, I'll remain alone in the wilderness before considering having
"friends" is of any value.

My interpretation of a "Friend":

Someone who wants to know all about you so they can use it against you
sometime in the future.

D-Mac.info
Home of the man they love to hate.
Sun, 22 March 2009 08:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 20:50:14 +1000, D-Mac <alienjones@y7mail.com>
scribbled:

>Voivod wrote:
>> On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 12:58:22 +1000, D-Mac <alienjones@y7mail.com>
>> scribbled:
>>
>>> Joel wrote:
>>>> "Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>> I am not too sure how this came about but I appear (I think) to have 2
>>>>>> versions of Photoshop on my PC.
>>>>>> I did get another hardrive as a back up from a friend so maybe came from
>>>>>> there.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Image ready and Adobe photoshop CS
>>>>>> Image ready looks like a lesser version of Photoshop CS
>>>>>> There are also seperate entries in the start menu for each one.
>>>>>> Can I delete one of these?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> thanks
>>>>>>
>>>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html design.
>>>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
>>>>> software.
>>>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>>>> be illegal?
>>>>
>>>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
>>>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>>>
>>> The correct terminology is: "BULLSHIT, I pirated the stuff".
>>>
>>> You can't run a CS of any version unless it is authenticated. Backups,
>>> old demo's someone else's hard drive or even a hard drive "you played
>>> around with" that has a copy of CS on it doesn't rub off. It's all
>>> BULLSHIT if you think it will run without authentication.
>>>
>>> True, you can authenticate PS on two systems but try and run them
>>> simultaneously and they'll disable. SO "MAYBE" it's time to stop the
>>> BULLSHIT and come clean on it being a pirate copy? Like Voivod said at
>>> the start; Stupid people shouldn't pirate expensive software....
>>
>> Heh, agreeing with me isn't going to win you any friends hereabouts :)
>>
>>
>
> Funny thing... If someone is a thief, I might not like what they do
>but they'll gain my respect for admitting it. If someone is course or
>blunt in pointing out the truth or the obvious, many might resent them
>for doing so but me, I'll go for the respect thing any day.
>
>If having self promoting braggarts who use newsgroups to promote their
>own wealth creation whilst lying about their true motive and having
>minds closed to anything and everything else as friends is what you
>refer to, I'll remain alone in the wilderness before considering having
>"friends" is of any value.
>
>My interpretation of a "Friend":
>
>Someone who wants to know all about you so they can use it against you
>sometime in the future.

I don't care enough to even ask...
Sun, 22 March 2009 08:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 20:36:25 +1100, "Falcon" <falcon@yahoo.com>
scribbled:

>
>"Voivod" <Voi@vod.con> wrote in message
>news:6c1cs4tblt2dilt05rmeo2pio9squdni30@isp5.newshosting.com...
>> On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 20:19:49 +1100, "Falcon" <falcon@yahoo.com>
>> scribbled:
>>
>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>Judging by your posts who'd want to be friends with an arsehole like you
>>>>> : )
>>>>
>>>> I'd be proud to NOT be the friend of a fucktard like you who can't quote
>>>> properly and thinks he's quaint for spelling arse the archaic way.
>>>>
>>>> Please, don't be my friend.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>Yada yada yada .............
>>
>> Learn to quote. Learn why.
>>
>> Seriously, stop trying to be my friend.
>>
>
>With friends like you who needs enemas!

Let's keep your sexual perversion out of the Photoshop newsgroup, k?
Sun, 22 March 2009 09:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
John J (Photoshop expert)
D-Mac wrote:

> My interpretation of a "Friend":
>
> Someone who wants to know all about you so they can use it against you
> sometime in the future.

Oh, that is the most painful strike of cynicism I've read for a long
time. Ouch1

Are you the bloke who came up with a radical up-scaling algorithm
several years ago?
Sun, 22 March 2009 10:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Fred (Photoshop expert)
>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html
>> design.
>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
>> software.
>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>
> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
> be illegal?
>
> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.

I thought the "reformatting the harddrive" thing might give a clue to the
irony intended.
In any case, I don't know what the OP did (and i guess neither did he/she)
I also did't say she/he's a thief. That's what you imply. It's for him/her
to judge what the scenario is.
And nothing was said about restoring from a backup either.
At least I gave some explanation about what Imageready is!
And that's what this tread is about.
Sun, 22 March 2009 11:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
SS[1] (Advanced Photoshop user)
"Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> wrote in message
news:Kgsxl.7847$cL5.6065@newsfe09.ams2...
>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html
>>> design.
>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
>>> software.
>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>
>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>> be illegal?
>>
>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>
> I thought the "reformatting the harddrive" thing might give a clue to the
> irony intended.
> In any case, I don't know what the OP did (and i guess neither did he/she)
> I also did't say she/he's a thief. That's what you imply. It's for him/her
> to judge what the scenario is.
> And nothing was said about restoring from a backup either.
> At least I gave some explanation about what Imageready is!
> And that's what this tread is about.
Fred, From my perspective and to keep the `judge` busy my photoshop 8.0 is
genuine.

But to cut a long story short I have several old hardrives, not all are mine
but I use them to store pictures (as a back up) as my main drive is only
40GB small by todays standards but sufficient to run the programmes I use. A
few years back I did have older versions of photoshop and that and probably
other programmes are still on some of them.

Quite frankly I don`t have much of a clue about computers other than how to
use photoshop and spreadsheets, I wouldn`t know how to set a PC up from
scratch or indeed even how to get connected to the internet.that all gets
done for me and I am happy with that.

How or why I appear to have 2 versions of PS on this drive I don`t know and
do not really care, it is there and so be it. My interest in writing to this
forum was to find out how to deal with one of them so if possible it could
be deleted (uninstalled) to save my limited space on my main hardrive.

That question has been dealt with and I am grateful for the help given to
me.
Sun, 22 March 2009 12:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jaSPAMc (Photoshop expert)
"Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> found these unused words:

>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html
>>> design.
>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
>>> software.
>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>
>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>> be illegal?
>>
>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>
>I thought the "reformatting the harddrive" thing might give a clue to the
>irony intended.
>In any case, I don't know what the OP did (and i guess neither did he/she)
>I also did't say she/he's a thief. That's what you imply. It's for him/her
>to judge what the scenario is.
>And nothing was said about restoring from a backup either.
>At least I gave some explanation about what Imageready is!
>And that's what this tread is about.

"Don't tread on me!"
Sun, 22 March 2009 12:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joel (Photoshop expert)
"Falcon" <falcon@yahoo.com> wrote:

>
>
> >>True, you can authenticate PS on two systems but try and run them
> >>simultaneously and they'll disable. SO "MAYBE" it's time to stop the
> >>BULLSHIT and come clean on it being a pirate copy? Like Voivod said at
> >>the start; Stupid people shouldn't pirate expensive software....
> >
> > Heh, agreeing with me isn't going to win you any friends hereabouts :)
> >
>
> Judging by your posts who'd want to be friends with an arsehole like you
> : )

Even if you turn *yourself* into an asshole I wouldn't wanna be friend
with you asshole.
Sun, 22 March 2009 12:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Joel (Photoshop expert)
Joel <Joel@NoSpam.com> wrote:

> "Falcon" <falcon@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> >
> >
> > >>True, you can authenticate PS on two systems but try and run them
> > >>simultaneously and they'll disable. SO "MAYBE" it's time to stop the
> > >>BULLSHIT and come clean on it being a pirate copy? Like Voivod said at
> > >>the start; Stupid people shouldn't pirate expensive software....
> > >
> > > Heh, agreeing with me isn't going to win you any friends hereabouts :)
> > >
> >
> > Judging by your posts who'd want to be friends with an arsehole like you
> > : )
>
> Even if you turn *yourself* into an asshole I wouldn't wanna be friend
> with you asshole.

Oops! sorry I quote the wrong message.
Sun, 22 March 2009 13:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dave[36] (Photoshop expert)
On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 15:53:05 -0000, "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk>
wrote:

>. My interest in writing to this
>forum was to find out how to deal with one of them so if possible it could
>be deleted (uninstalled) to save my limited space on my main hardrive.
>
>That question has been dealt with and I am grateful for the help given to
>me.
>

Most of us (read 'most' as 'all') are guilty of pirating.
There was more honesty in Voivod's word when saying 'Stupid people
shouldn't pirate expensive software....' then being realised.
None of us would like our hard drives to be inspected, but most here
are shouting at "thieves" as if we are angels.

Ignore what's said. Do not uninstall or delete. See what you can do
(you did say something about photos) with it, and then decide to keep
it or uninstall it. Uncle Joel can (would love to:-) teach you about
masking and some can even teach you how to upgrade your version of
PS:-)
Sun, 22 March 2009 13:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 15:53:05 -0000, "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk>
scribbled:

>
>"Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> wrote in message
>news:Kgsxl.7847$cL5.6065@newsfe09.ams2...
>>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html
>>>> design.
>>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of the
>>>> software.
>>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>>
>>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>>> be illegal?
>>>
>>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it before
>>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>>
>> I thought the "reformatting the harddrive" thing might give a clue to the
>> irony intended.
>> In any case, I don't know what the OP did (and i guess neither did he/she)
>> I also did't say she/he's a thief. That's what you imply. It's for him/her
>> to judge what the scenario is.
>> And nothing was said about restoring from a backup either.
>> At least I gave some explanation about what Imageready is!
>> And that's what this tread is about.
>Fred, From my perspective and to keep the `judge` busy my photoshop 8.0 is
>genuine.

You're full of shit.

>But to cut a long story short I have several old hardrives, not all are mine
>but I use them to store pictures (as a back up) as my main drive is only
>40GB small by todays standards but sufficient to run the programmes I use. A
>few years back I did have older versions of photoshop and that and probably
>other programmes are still on some of them.

Dumping a drive into your PC with programs on it and they'll NEVER work.
Programs, especially expensive programs like Photoshop, make hundreds of
registry entries, without them the program will not run.

>Quite frankly I don`t have much of a clue about computers other than how to

No need to state the obvious.

>use photoshop and spreadsheets, I wouldn`t know how to set a PC up from
>scratch or indeed even how to get connected to the internet.that all gets
>done for me and I am happy with that.

So you're incapable of a task my 12 year old neice does regularly.
That's pitiful.

>How or why I appear to have 2 versions of PS on this drive I don`t know and

You don't. It's been explained several times and you still don't get it.

>do not really care, it is there and so be it. My interest in writing to this
>forum was to find out how to deal with one of them so if possible it could

It's a newsgroup, not a forum.

>be deleted (uninstalled) to save my limited space on my main hardrive.
>
>That question has been dealt with and I am grateful for the help given to
>me.

Even though you didn't understand a fucking word you read.

I pity your computer... hell, I pity your toaster.
Sun, 22 March 2009 13:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 19:14:56 +0200, Dave <dave@durbs.koza> scribbled:

>On Sun, 22 Mar 2009 15:53:05 -0000, "SS" <nonense50@blueyonder.co.uk>
>wrote:
>
>>. My interest in writing to this
>>forum was to find out how to deal with one of them so if possible it could
>>be deleted (uninstalled) to save my limited space on my main hardrive.
>>
>>That question has been dealt with and I am grateful for the help given to
>>me.
>>
>
>Most of us (read 'most' as 'all') are guilty of pirating.

Guilty people always say things like this.

>There was more honesty in Voivod's word when saying 'Stupid people
>shouldn't pirate expensive software....' then being realised.
>None of us would like our hard drives to be inspected, but most here
>are shouting at "thieves" as if we are angels.

I've got nothing to hide.

>Ignore what's said. Do not uninstall or delete. See what you can do

Including what Dave's saying... especially what Dave's saying.

>(you did say something about photos) with it, and then decide to keep
>it or uninstall it. Uncle Joel can (would love to:-) teach you about
>masking and some can even teach you how to upgrade your version of
>PS:-)
Sun, 22 March 2009 16:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Fred (Photoshop expert)
> "Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> found these unused words:
>
>>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html
>>>> design.
>>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of
>>>> the
>>>> software.
>>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>>
>>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>>> be illegal?
>>>
>>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it
>>> before
>>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>>
>>I thought the "reformatting the harddrive" thing might give a clue to the
>>irony intended.
>>In any case, I don't know what the OP did (and i guess neither did he/she)
>>I also did't say she/he's a thief. That's what you imply. It's for him/her
>>to judge what the scenario is.
>>And nothing was said about restoring from a backup either.
>>At least I gave some explanation about what Imageready is!
>>And that's what this ***THREAD*** is about.
>
> "Don't tread on me!"
>

Thanks for the clarification! I do my best writing English, not my native
language.
Sun, 22 March 2009 18:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Rob (Photoshop expert)
John J wrote:
> D-Mac wrote:
>
>> My interpretation of a "Friend":
>>
>> Someone who wants to know all about you so they can use it against you
>> sometime in the future.
>
> Oh, that is the most painful strike of cynicism I've read for a long
> time. Ouch1
>
> Are you the bloke who came up with a radical up-scaling algorithm
> several years ago?

LOL
Sun, 22 March 2009 19:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Roy G (Photoshop expert)
"Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> wrote in message
news:xzxxl.7861$cL5.4652@newsfe09.ams2...
>> "Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> found these unused words:
>>
>>>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html
>>>>> design.
>>>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of
>>>>> the
>>>>> software.
>>>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>>>
>>>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing
>>>> to
>>>> be illegal?
>>>>
>>>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it
>>>> before
>>>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>>>
>>>I thought the "reformatting the harddrive" thing might give a clue to the
>>>irony intended.
>>>In any case, I don't know what the OP did (and i guess neither did
>>>he/she)
>>>I also did't say she/he's a thief. That's what you imply. It's for
>>>him/her
>>>to judge what the scenario is.
>>>And nothing was said about restoring from a backup either.
>>>At least I gave some explanation about what Imageready is!
>>>And that's what this ***THREAD*** is about.
>>
>> "Don't tread on me!"
>>
>
> Thanks for the clarification! I do my best writing English, not my native
> language.

Hi.

"Tread" instead of "Thread", and English not your native language.

Sounds like you come from Dublin.

Roy G
Sun, 22 March 2009 21:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
D-Mac (Photoshop begginer)
John J wrote:
> D-Mac wrote:
>
>> My interpretation of a "Friend":
>>
>> Someone who wants to know all about you so they can use it against you
>> sometime in the future.
>
> Oh, that is the most painful strike of cynicism I've read for a long
> time. Ouch1
>
> Are you the bloke who came up with a radical up-scaling algorithm
> several years ago?


You mean like the one now sold by on-0ne software (called Genuine
Fractals) that magically ...no one tries to claim doesn't work?

Odd that, isn't it? Particular after one of the USA's finest
photographic printers and consultants had this to say...
http://www.d-mac.info/evidence/moats_comments.htm

One of my early efforts. http://www.d-mac.info/digi-enlarge.htm

Art prints on canvas http://www.d-mac.info/Florence-artwall.jpg

Oh... I could go on and on with examples, but who cares? Now that it's a
mainstream process, used by millions of print shops around the world,
this radical old nutter who almost everyone condemned as a lunatic for
having the gall to announce he had actually developed such an algorithm
no longer announces his breakthrough software or imaging methods.

I just do what I should have done in the first place... leave the idiots
in these groups who think they know everything, to rattle their cans at
meal time and Sell my developments!

So... to answer your question, Yes, that's me alright.

D-Mac.info
Mon, 23 March 2009 11:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
John J (Photoshop expert)
D-Mac wrote:

> You mean like the one now sold by on-0ne software (called Genuine
> Fractals) that magically ...no one tries to claim doesn't work?

GF isn't really good. If your algorithm is significantly better, then
get the word out via web site. Problem is with the word 'significant' -
in my experience, most people don't have the eye to tell the difference.
Mon, 23 March 2009 11:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
John J (Photoshop expert)
D-Mac wrote:

> One of my early efforts. http://www.d-mac.info/digi-enlarge.htm

I think, but I am not sure that you also sponsored a community 'make big
prints' event. I recall that someone had a large space in which people
could come in to make super-large prints and put them up for viewing. It
was long ago enough that I could be so wrong!

> Art prints on canvas http://www.d-mac.info/Florence-artwall.jpg

I'm afraid the picture is too small to appreciate.

> I just do what I should have done in the first place... leave the idiots
> in these groups who think they know everything, to rattle their cans at
> meal time and Sell my developments!

I must admit that I am skeptical, but my standards might be unrealistic.
I now shoot nothing smaller than 6cm square, and very often 4x5" and for
the past several months, 8x10" film.

Best of luck.
Mon, 23 March 2009 12:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jaSPAMc (Photoshop expert)
"Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> found these unused words:

>> "Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> found these unused words:
>>
>>>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html
>>>>> design.
>>>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of
>>>>> the
>>>>> software.
>>>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>>>
>>>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>>>> be illegal?
>>>>
>>>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it
>>>> before
>>>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>>>
>>>I thought the "reformatting the harddrive" thing might give a clue to the
>>>irony intended.
>>>In any case, I don't know what the OP did (and i guess neither did he/she)
>>>I also did't say she/he's a thief. That's what you imply. It's for him/her
>>>to judge what the scenario is.
>>>And nothing was said about restoring from a backup either.
>>>At least I gave some explanation about what Imageready is!
>>>And that's what this ***THREAD*** is about.
>>
>> "Don't tread on me!"
>>
>
>Thanks for the clarification! I do my best writing English, not my native
>language.

It was a double 'play' on your response - both typo [assumed] and your quite
proper defense. FWIW - http://www.gadsden.info/

Perhaps be a little thicker skinned ... you're in a group with Vovoid and
others ready to really pounce!
Mon, 23 March 2009 16:49 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Voivod (Photoshop expert)
On Mon, 23 Mar 2009 09:17:40 -0700, Sir F. A. Rien
<jaSPAMc@gbr.online.com> scribbled:

>"Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> found these unused words:
>
>>> "Fred" <jabba@dabba.doo> found these unused words:
>>>
>>>>>> If you installed Photoshop CS, you also installed Imageready.
>>>>>> These 2 programs complete eachother.
>>>>>> Imageready is (was) used to do webstuff, animated gifs, rollovers...
>>>>>> Photoshop couldn't do those things, except for some basic web/html
>>>>>> design.
>>>>>> In later versions, Imageready was integrated in Photoshop (sort of).
>>>>>> So no, it's not a good idea to 'delete' either one of them.
>>>>>> If you didn't install Photoshop CS, you are using an illegal copy of
>>>>>> the
>>>>>> software.
>>>>>> In that case, reformat your harddrive(s).
>>>>>
>>>>> Would you mind explaining how the CS got to system without installing to
>>>>> be illegal?
>>>>>
>>>>> The man said he restored from a backup which means he installed it
>>>>> before
>>>>> he backup, and if you know the backup program can restore the backup.
>>>>
>>>>I thought the "reformatting the harddrive" thing might give a clue to the
>>>>irony intended.
>>>>In any case, I don't know what the OP did (and i guess neither did he/she)
>>>>I also did't say she/he's a thief. That's what you imply. It's for him/her
>>>>to judge what the scenario is.
>>>>And nothing was said about restoring from a backup either.
>>>>At least I gave some explanation about what Imageready is!
>>>>And that's what this ***THREAD*** is about.
>>>
>>> "Don't tread on me!"
>>>
>>
>>Thanks for the clarification! I do my best writing English, not my native
>>language.
>
>It was a double 'play' on your response - both typo [assumed] and your quite
>proper defense. FWIW - http://www.gadsden.info/
>
>Perhaps be a little thicker skinned ... you're in a group with Vovoid and
>others ready to really pounce!

It's so nice to be loved!
Create a new topic Submit Reply
Goto Forum:

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop techniques & help
Photoshop for Windows
Photoshop for Mac
Technical questions

Photoshop Elements

Adobe Photoshop Elements