Create Separate forums for perpetual and CC

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The mixture of Photoshop CC threads and Photoshop perpetual treads in a single Photoshop Forum is making the Photoshop forum an unpleasant forum to visit.

Please create separate forum for Photoshop CC Cloud product users. For the Adobe user community does use good thread descriptions/title so the whole forum is getting all clouded up.

Please give your Cloud users their own Photoshop forum like you give you Photoshop Element user their on forum.

Why mess up the best support your use have by combining multiple products into a single forum like you have on this feedback site.
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John McAssey

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Chris Cox

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It's really no different than previous version upgrades (CS3->CS4, CS4->CS5, CS5->CS6, CS6->CC).
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John McAssey

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There are differences with every version of Photoshop that is what versions are all about.

Chris you know as well as everyone else there are bugs in CC that perpetual user need not learn about. Perpetual users are not taking Photoshop down hill Rocky Road. Many questions in the forum are about CC bugs. Knowing about them does is make us any happier.

Adobe seems to have forgotten how to do design verification and code testing too many bugs are being released in Adobe's products code and Photoshop design has been broken as well.

CS3 is the last release that had a valid design. The adjustment panel added in CS4 broke Photoshop basic design. Photoshop does not work properly since CS4 when some adjustment panel options are set to change the way Photoshop operates, And on top that Photoshop does not always operate the way the options are set.

Some day soon developers are going to try to hold Adobe accountable even though Adobe product license agreements licence does not allow that. Adobe's management is not going to get away with releasing bad products and not fixing them.