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    Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 finally here

    I have some info here PDF_3.3meg and here from ADOBE

    Versions available are:
    Elements 8 Educational Version Windows (personal or academic use - no id required)
    Elements 8 Educational Version Mac (personal or academic use - no id required)
    Elements 8 Commercial Version Windows
    Elements 8 Commercial Version Mac

    Receiving stock around the 28th Sept..
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    Good news.
    Is there a PS CS4 v PS Elements comparison anywhere?

    It looks like they also nicked some LR ideas.
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    Hmmm, I wonder how much to upgrade.
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    quote: Kym Good news.
    Is there a PS CS4 v PS Elements comparison anywhere?


    I'd have to suggest adobe.com for that Kym



    quote:mikew09 Hmmm, I wonder how much to upgrade.

    No upgrade available for elements.

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    Can Elements record/edit actions yet?
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    student version

    Hi,
    This to the engine it person:
    I saw in another thread that there are cheaper student versions that have a single install.
    Is that the same for this new release?
    And secondly, I have about six months life left on this laptop so does a single install prevent me from installing it again on a new laptop?
    thanks

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    Hi Loum

    You won't have any problems installing elements 8 on both your existing and new future laptop.

    The Student, Education and Commercial versions and licensing that people refer to mainly relate to the Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4) products, not elements 8.

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    So, I was just wondering. Is anyone using Elements 8? Seriously thinking about getting a copy.

    Let me know.

    Neil

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    quote:mikew09 Hmmm, I wonder how much to upgrade.

    No upgrade available for elements.[/QUOTE]

    But Adobe list an upgrade on their site.
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    Considering EngineIT have their christmas sale still on their site (and its now February) and reports of members not getting any email replies from them, I would try to contact them first before placing an order with them.
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