A new universal search bar will bring up everything from help topics to the location of the crop tool.
With Adobe Stock now directly integrated with the platform, the search will also bring up stock photos.
I have not found anything in the new Adobe Photoshop CC 2017 release yet that I would call “revolutionary” but the latest version of the world’s most powerful image-enhancement software does include some interesting new features.
Adobe’s Creative Cloud software distribution system makes downloading and installing this new software easier but you definitely want to know what you are doing before you begin the Upgrade process.
Photoshop is now compatible with Scaleable Vector Graphic (SVG) fonts.
These standardized graphics are different from the usual fonts because they contain both color and shape information and are universally accessible across most web browsers.
The search icon is on the upper right corner and searches everything by default, but can be customized to search only within Photoshop or only within online tutorials, for example.
Over the years and for various tools, they have used the Akamai Download Manager, the Adobe Download Assistant (ADA), the Adobe Application Manager (AAM), and most recently the Creative Cloud’s CC Desktop App.
With the stock platform’s in-app integration, users can access templates simply by heading to File New.
Adobe didn’t leave out veteran Photoshoppers in the update, and directed a few more advanced tools and enhancements their way.
Adobe employs these helper utilities because their downloads are usually large – multiple gigabytes – and download managers can help correct for unreliable Internet connections, and resume a download after it has been paused or unexpectedly broken.
But it turns out there can be interactions between the DLM and some configuration on the user’s computer, web browser, anti-virus software, Internet connection, or something else which causes it not to work…