Not sure if this topic has been discussed before But i found it a bit interesting.
Apparently Photoshop CS refuses to open images of Money Notes or Cheques.
I cant test this coz i dont have CS.
Anyone have troubles with it or find it weird?
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We received a TIFF image from a customer, of a $20 bill. The image does
not violate any laws regarding reproduction of currency (it’s not even
close to actual-size, and it’s not a “flat” portrayal - it’s wavy, as if
it’s fluttering in the wind. Nor is it real-color.
However, Photoshop CS refuses to open the image, and provides an error
message regarding the (il)legality of currency reproduction and an
“information” button that takes you to the web. (Photoshop 7, of course,
has no such qualms).
What the hell is this? In my book this is completely unacceptable -
Photoshop is an image editor, not a censor, government policy enforcer
or anything else.
Adobe, you’ve got some explaining to do.