Photoshop Cloud version offers more features than boxed product

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I have been a loyal fan of Photoshop (and the creative suite in general) for 15+ years.
I have been very disappointed to find out that you have to subscribe and pay monthly fees to unlock all the features in CS6 (conditional actions, better smart object support, and so on). Even if you've bought the full Photoshop Extended.

This is not a good development and I hope this will change in the future.

An optional subscription service is a good idea, but you should not limit regular customers who pay up front. Cloud storage, file sharing, etc. are natural things to limit to a cloud service, but to limit individual tools and functions inside the program that in no way depend on an internet connection – not cool.
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Jonas M. Rogne

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Pedro Marques

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The question it is not about having more features, but first be able to fix the ones that never has been fixed in CS6, CC

For example UI errors on photoshop and bridge, there isn't a listener to detect automatically if an image was opened on photoshop from Adobe CameraRaw plugin, etc.