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Poll : Do you want Photoshop for AmigaOS?
Yes, the existing alternatives are all sub-par
No, Photoshop is too advanced for me
 
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wawa 
Re: Photoshop source code released, AmigaOS-port now possible
Posted on 20-Feb-2013 23:17:42
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@nubechecorre

because at that time mac apps were mac exclusive. even ports to pc came much later.. guess why..

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Re: Photoshop source code released, AmigaOS-port now possible
Posted on 21-Feb-2013 8:10:45
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@nubechecorre

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nubechecorre wrote:
Just wondering, why if the first version of Photoshop was written in asm 68k and Pascal, it was never ported to the Amiga..

Original authors were Mac users and of course did it on the Mac. When Adobe aquired it, it remained an exclusive, at that times Adobe didn't support Microsoft much either.

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Re: Photoshop source code released, AmigaOS-port now possible
Posted on 21-Feb-2013 8:16:54
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@In_Correct

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I don't think any software from Adobe should be ported either. All of it is overrated bloatware

No offense intended but this sounds more like an uneducated opinion
We're not talking about some random paint program, instead it's a professional tool aimed at professionals to support their whole professional workflow (especially photographic workflow, paired with Lightroom for example).

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Re: Photoshop source code released, AmigaOS-port now possible
Posted on 21-Feb-2013 8:18:31
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@whose

"We should concentrate on ArtEffect4 fully ported to OS4 and DrawStudio becoming free"

+1 !!!

(also AmiFig and MindSpace are interesting for vector drawing)

(ArtEffect looks nice)

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Re: Photoshop source code released, AmigaOS-port now possible
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If you ask me - I would like to see & will support ArtEffect5. Photoshop1 is a StoneAge now... Current AE4 is on the level of Photoshop5 [of course without Drag&Drop and shortcuts], but has great potential.

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