I think this applies to many of the major programs, but not sure. Indic Languages include Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu
For Photoshop : Preferences > Type > Choose Text Engine Options > East Asian / Middle eastern & South Asian
For Illustrator : Preferences > Language Option > Show East Asian Options / Show Indic Option
For InDesign: Don’t see anything in preferences, but there is apparently a script you can run.
You can now use Camera RAW as a regular filter. You no longer have to open your JPEGs as camera raw if you just want to use some of Camera RAW’s settings and sliders. Go to Filter > Camera RAW. This also means you can apply Camera raw beyond traditional image types, and use it on PNGs, videos, and more. Cool Beans!
All the application updates aside The Creative Cloud Panel thing has a nifty new feature called Creative Cloud Market. It’s under the Asset tab. Here, you can download and use some select assets that are royalty free and okay to use. You can display different categories and sort them, from For Placement, to User Interfaces, Vector Shapes, Icons, Patterns, and Brushes. Honestly, it’s not very good. Hopefully there will be more in the future.
Also new is Adobe.com. When I log into Adobe’s primary website, I am greeted with a customized splash page, just for me! I suspect if I am logged out of Creative Cloud this won’t be the case, but this is neat. I can do some account management stuff here, but that’s interesting to me is the Photos link under Assets. If you click on Photos, your shared Lightroom Collections will show up. You can then filter by flags and picks, and sort and change the order of the images, and even play a slide show. These same collections can also be pushed out to the Lightroom app. Unlike the Lightroom app though, you can’t do edits from the browser. There is potential here. I wonder if someday it can be a hosted gallery, or even a customer approval portal type thing. Pretty neat!
The Adobe Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool helps resolve installation problems for Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Creative Suite 6, Adobe Creative Suite 5 – 5.5, Adobe Creative Suite 4, and Adobe Creative Suite 3 software. The tool can also clean up install records for any pre-release (beta) installations of these products.
Update: Verdict. It sorta kinda worked.
Typekit for Desktop is avilable for Creative Cloud subscribers! Acivate fonts from the typekit server and have it be ready to use in all your Adobe applications! Yeah!
Now if I can just upload my local fonts and have typekit manage that as well…
Conditional Actions are Back! Unfortunately, it’s only for the Creative Cloud version of Photoshop CS6 right now. I missed it tremendously from when ImageReady had it. Anyways, here is a list of conditions…
- Document is Landscape
- Document is Square
- Document Mode is RGB
- Document Mode is CMYK
- Document Mode is Grayscale
- Document Profile is sRGB
- Document Depth is 8 bits Per Pixel
- Document Depth is 16 bits per pixel
- Document Has unsaved changes
- Document has a selction
- Document has Layers
- Document has Alpha CHannels
- Document is Open
- Layer is background
- Layer is Pixel Layer
- Layer is Adjustment Layer
- Layer is Shape Layer
- Layer is Layer Group
- Layer is Locked
- Layer is Visibile
- Layer has Pixel ask
- Layer has Vector Mask
- Layer Has Effects