Tips for Getting Started with Photoshop CS6

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If you installed the Photoshop CS6 Beta - It's IMPORTANT to uninstall the Photoshop CS6 beta using the uninstaller. Do *not* manually drag the Photoshop CS6 beta application folder to trash.

I've put instructions for uninstalling the Photoshop CS6 beta correctly along with several tips for getting started with the final release of Photoshop CS6. Please see the following link for all the information:

http://blogs.adobe.com/photoshopdotco...
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Posted 6 years ago

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I've had increasing problems with CS6. It does not immediately open and seems to hang on Color Efex 4. Once I back out of that problem, it then opens three minutes later. I've been working with it that way for about a week but it has become increasingly sluggish.

I decided to uninstall and reinstall both CS6 and the Nik Plugins. In uninstalling I went through Windows 7 Control Panel. It did not cleanly uninstall and gave me a message to use Adobe CS Cleaner tool. However, when I brought that up it is only for up to CS 5.5.

I tried to see if in spite of the problems with uninstall, I could reinstall but it won't allow it.

Can anybody help?

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CS6 did not uninstall cleanly.
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Did you try the Cleaner tool?

Adobe Creative Suite Cleaner Tool: http://www.adobe.com/support/contact/...

It's likely your original problem was with your third party plugins. Did you originally use the latest version installer from Nik? Or manually copy the plug ins over? or use the Additional Plug-ins preference?
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This post is titled "Tips for Getting Started with Photoshop CS6."
I don't see any?
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Chris Cox

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Follow the links in the posts. The actual content was already posted elsewhere.