I like the idea in Photoshop cc 2014 of using images on the splash screen. I think it would be nice if the image area was editable, so that users could put their own image, company logo, etc on the splash screen.
I absolutely HATE the Photoshop CC 2014 Splash Screen ... It would be awesome if we were offered (in the NEXT version) maybe 2-3 options to choose from??????? Please consider!
I noticed that Lightroom allows for custom splash screens with simply the addition of a splash screen folder.
Can't that feature be added to Photoshop?
He buscado por toda la web como cambiar el Splash Screen, pero no he encontrado nada ultil. Según lo que he visto solo puedes cambiar el Splash Screen de las versiones anteriores (CS5, CS5)
Alguien que me ayude! O sera que ADOBE quiere ha bloqueado la personalización, impidiendo a los usuarios creativos desarrollar de manera general su creatividad!....
The loading screen in the new Photoshop 2018 creeps me out like few things do. I swear that picture is worse than a creepy clown. Who thought this picture was a good idea? Please get rid of it. I really can't stand it looking at me everytime I launch PS.
Just upgraded to Photoshop CC 19.0 and I'm repulsed every time I see the horrible startup splash image of the person who had an accident in a paint store. It may be just my opinion, but my opinion should count for something on my own system. Please provide the ability for the local user to change the startup splash image as soon as possible.
Please, please, PLEASE give me an option to disable the Photoshop splash screen. CC 2018 is so vile, I'd rather use Gimp than see this lurid over-cooked image sully my workspace.
Apparently, this artist also provided the splash screen for the 2015 InDesign app.
My guess is that Adobe may have paid for this artwork and as a consequence would be reluctant or perhaps even contractually restricted from either removing it or allowing customers to remove it.
That would be a shame. While the InDesign splash screen seems appropriate and non-controversial to me, the artwork for Photoshop 2018 is anything BUT non-controversial.
The subject seems to have been the victim of some type of tragic event or crisis. To me, the eyes are pleading for help -- which may be the artists' goal given the samples on the page for the artists.
Wouldn't most companies want non-controversial splash screens rather than something that is polarizing? Although the art may be, to some, an excellent piece of art (obviously not to others given the comments in this thread) I just don't think that it is appropriate to the usage as a splash screen.
You blew it, Adobe. Admit your mistake, pay off the artist's commission, and allow for the elimination and/or replacement of this art for your splash screen.
To disable the CC 2018 splash screen just add this switch to the target path of your Adobe CC shortcut
Ex : "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2018\Photoshop.exe" -NoSplash
Note there is a space before the switch but none within it.
AFAIK this has always worked for each new PS release.
Please disable or permit us to disable the terrible splash screen art on startup. I thought the last several "clip-art ads" were awful. The new 2018 "ad art" is intolerable! I detest being forced to view this every time I start a Photoshop session!
You have shipped Adobe Photoshop CC 2018 with a surprisingly unattractive splash screen image. Perhaps your criteria need to be revised. I can understand if you want an image which shows off a number of attractive features of Photoshop, but the image itself should not be ghastly. Surely an accomplished organization like yours can do better. I'd be happy to provide one of my own images if you like www.kennethmorrislee.com. Thanks for listening !
Why am I being forced to look at splash screens that are totally not to my liking? You'd think Adobe would have realized that the designers who use their products are opinionated about how things look... I have no desire to deface the splash screen, but I wish I could at least put something in there that's tasteful.
Feedback : Displaying a custom user made splash screen for all the Adobe CC 2015 applications is not giving me a professional image of Adobe. The user should be able to decide if they want to see this splash sreen on the loading of the application. Sorry but everybody doesn't like the pictures you picked.
I also notice that some who disagree, characterize us as having nothing "more important to do." Good for them that they are so busy, they can't take the time to point this out.
But I wouldn't consider this important enough to take away from the needs of the rest of the app. More a "for fun JDI" if someone at Adobe feels like it—perhaps bored on a Friday night. '-}
As for the marketing angle—this one doesn't bother me, but the CC App always opening to Stock does. I like access to Stock in my CC Libraries, not in the CC App. I expect that complaint is falling on deaf ears, though, if it's proving at all profitable to keep it the default opening screen.
I've found the past few splash screens unsightly—but the latest splash artwork for Photoshop CC 2018 is jarring enough that I'm searching out how to disable it. Imagine if everytime you went to snap a photo you were first forced to look at an image you didn't like. I find it actually disrupts my focus when loading the software. Please provide an option to remove it.
Lightroom "Classic" (I am really doubting Adobe's sanity over that rename) has a switch in the Preferences dialog to turn off the splash. It should be so easy for Photoshop to add this switch or just show the program icon instead of this shambles.
Please stop scaring us. Halloween is over.