list of changes + version history with release date
Now it's not obvious when an app was updated, what new features it has and how they work (even no link to "what's new" page).
not able to save files as JPEG in photoshop since updates running slow
bridge loading photos slow, also processing and saving running poorly since last updates
Johnlee Raine commented
Separate or Clearly label "update" vs. "upgrade".
Update keeps your current App version is up-to-date.
Upgrade is changing entire App Version.
I miss the Butterfly button. I'm not sure what it was called, but it made mandalas and different designs. Will we be getting that back? It made the perfect snowflakes, and here I am on Christmas Eve, just after I updated, and I don't have it to make my special Christmas gift tags. Is there some other way to get it back, if you are no longer going to privide it?
Estou usando um computador Z800 HP, com sistema operacional Windows 10, com uma placa de vídeo NVIDIA Quadro FX 5800, uma placa Blackmagic DeckLink 4K Extreme, todas com seus respectivos drivers, e funcionando, apenas nos software do pacote Adobe apresenta este erro. como solucionar? desde já obrigado. fiquem com DEUS.
Nagaraj kamath commented
Also add how big it is with respect to our installed app ( in terms of mb or GB).
Yup, list all new features AND bug fixes or changes etc. Link to "what's new" for more detailed descriptions.
marsili chiara commented
L'installazione del programma si è fermata al 97% con segnalazione di errore. Quindi non ho potuto utilizzare neppure l'offerta di prova e pertanto chiedo l'annullamento immediato dell'ordine n° ADB0 8923 5082 IT.
Chiedo conferma dell'annullamento senza penalità inviando a firstname.lastname@example.org
8 Gennaio 2020
Exactly my suggestion. It's extremely helpful to know what is new in the app for several reasons:
1) To know if I should update immediately, for a specific feature.
2) To look through old version updates, to learn about features that I didn't realize you'd added.
I'm all-in on my Adobe apps, and one of the reasons is that you create new, useful features often without being asked. Let us know what you've worked so *******!
Yes, definitely. Version, release date, and link to changes. Simple stuff.
Anders Evensen commented
Yes, this was my feedback as well. Release date (not only version number), maybe local update date, and link to what's new. All this makes it easier to for example test out new feature as they arrive.