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Old 10 October 2012   #16
Originally Posted by th3ta: I wish tye had 2 versions of the software, one like it is now, and a streamlined version, without all the video, 3d features.


That is an awesome idea!!! Yess

the streamlined version would only have all the needed stuff for painting and picture editing. hmmm...... basically PS CS3 haha!

Originally Posted by AJ: Or simply don't upgrade from CS5


Hmm.. I bought the student license CS6 Production Premium Pack. Is it possible to downgrade only the Photoshop to CS5?... then later maybe skip straight to CS7..?
Somehow I feel those are not really possible.
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Old 10 October 2012   #17
Quote: On the Adobe forums people have said that hiding the layers panel helps. I've noticed it helps a little, but still just doesn't feel as fast as CS5.


Yeah that resolves the problem on my end too, it's clearly a quality issue on adobe's part. GTX 2,4,5XX are all high performance, extremely common cards and should burn through this stuff with no issues whatsoever, if they don't there is somthing wrong with the software.

Adobe uses a completely new UI as of CS6, I know this much

I personally would like to know exactly what is causing this so I can avoid the issue. CS6 is a great update apart from the performance lag.

Anyone have links to the UI discussion on the adobe forum?
 
Old 10 October 2012   #18
wow guyz
so powerfull computers and still lag !
my computer is:

Quadcore
8 GO
ati radeon hd 4650

my little computer is doing good in cs5 (i'm just doing digital painting)
but cs6 is slower

it's a shame adobe make studios pays for such poor quality product (it makes me feel feel like windows, not so effective product but all people must use it)
 
Old 10 October 2012   #19
Originally Posted by zou: wow guyz
so powerfull computers and still lag !
my computer is:

Quadcore
8 GO
ati radeon hd 4650

my little computer is doing good in cs5 (i'm just doing digital painting)
but cs6 is slower

it's a shame adobe make studios pays for such poor quality product (it makes me feel feel like windows, not so effective product but all people must use it)


I agree on everything you said..

But you know what...? I was expecting it to lag.
Look at this:
http://imagehaul.com/thehauls/fde06...e8dd18593b5.jpg

Now look at this:
PS6 = meh
PS 7 = Legendary
PS 8 = meh
PS CS1 = ok
PS CS2 = bad
PS CS3 = Personally I think the best Photoshop ever
PS CS4 = Personally I think the worst Adobe package ever..
PS CS5 = Great!
PS CS6 = You guessed it!!



I am sooo waiting for CS7
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Old 02 February 2013   #20
Here are some lag fixes ive found so far (wacom driver issues aside)

1st-photoshop is always saving in the background which is probably the main issue... you can turn this off in: Preferences > File Handling > ‘Save in Background’

(beware... this will disable autoback)

2nd- links to the first, if you on a network or using network drive, this problem will get SO much worse, sometimes ill be waiting a minute just to turn on a layer... So sometimes you might have to work on your local drive.

3rd - it might be ur AV.... so add ps into exceptions... this wasnt a total fix for the issue for me but did speed things up a little.

hope this helps
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Old 02 February 2013   #21
Originally Posted by daadaa: Here are some lag fixes ive found so far (wacom driver issues aside)

1st-photoshop is always saving in the background which is probably the main issue... you can turn this off in: Preferences > File Handling > ‘Save in Background’

(beware... this will disable autoback)

2nd- links to the first, if you on a network or using network drive, this problem will get SO much worse, sometimes ill be waiting a minute just to turn on a layer... So sometimes you might have to work on your local drive.

3rd - it might be ur AV.... so add ps into exceptions... this wasnt a total fix for the issue for me but did speed things up a little.

hope this helps


Auto-Backup really slows things down that much? wow.. ok Thanks!
I'm not using any network drives or anything.. and besides, it's generally a good idea to always work locally, then move stuff later if needed.

I found out my personal epic lagging issue.. by accident.
I always have Color Proofing on to view my paintings as they will appear after I render out a .png or anything.. (Proofing is set to my Monitor RGB)

Now I accidentally turned it off.. and BAM! Super fast 3D in PS! Gained like +20-30 fps!
Now I've set up my Color Settings in PS to Monitor RGB so I don't have to use the Color Proofing option and my images get to look the same as when I render them out.

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Old 02 February 2013   #22
Originally Posted by Dekus: Now look at this:
PS6 = meh
PS 7 = Legendary
PS 8 = meh
PS CS1 = ok
PS CS2 = bad
PS CS3 = Personally I think the best Photoshop ever
PS CS4 = Personally I think the worst Adobe package ever..
PS CS5 = Great!
PS CS6 = You guessed it!!



I am sooo waiting for CS7
There was no Photoshop 8. Photoshop CS1 = Photoshop 8.
 
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