Re-installing applications Re-installing one or all of the CS2 applications can have a temporary speed boosting effect.
Tim D'Avis writes: "Most of my problems are coming at open/save of files, and not huge files either (I'm a web designer, so these files are at screen resolution).
The tools and panels have updated icons that match those in Photoshop and Illustrator, making your workflow more intuitive.
Customize your interface to one of four themes: dark, medium-dark, medium-light, and light.
Thank goodness I have CS 1 still on my computer." Accessing font menus Mac Fix It reader Elfie is one of the many readers who decided to use a previous iteration of Photoshop in light of the new CS2's issues. I can still work, which has its own issues: more than once, I've thrown out a wrong layer or folder set because I haven't waited for the refresh, and the layer I drag has moved." Users going back to CS1 A number of users have reverted to use of the first Creative Suite iteration in light of CS2's poor performance: One reader writes: "Our shop is heavy on Illustrator use, we have has so many performance issues, slow opening, saving, slow and delayed functionality and frequent crashes that we are back on CS1.
These performance issues are similar on 2 different G5's.
I have spent hours on the phone with Adobe and no one seems to know how to solve the problem in fact their solution was to kick the situation up to the level 3 group. Otherwise, I'm waiting 2-4 seconds to see what I've done.
See the length and format of each video in your libraries and get links to video previews.
See your toolbars, panel content, and dialog boxes more clearly than ever, including on Hi DPI machines.
Quickly find Adobe Stock assets by typing directly into the In Design search field.
Drag and drop search results from your CC Libraries panel right into your canvas to start using right away.