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    I was wondering if anyone her has got some recomendations on plugins for photoshop?
    Or cool brushes,....whatever.
    Just neat stuff to pimp my CS with

    And does anybody know if there's a plugin for Photoshop that lets you preview fonts when you hover over them in the list?Like CoralDraw has.
    I really want that because it's so handy.

    hmm...asspie

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    There's a million plug-ins out there. Just Google it and find the ones you think are handy for what you're using PS for.

    Also, there is no plug-in unfortunately that will allow you to preview fonts in CS, but if you up to CS2, the preview feature is standard.





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    Is CS2 any harder on the system requirements, is it really worth the download or should i stick with CS, is it alot better than CS1?

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    CS2 is definitely no harder on the sytem imo. I'm running an AMD 2100+ with 512 RAM, nothing special. I think the upgrade was well worth it. CS2 has so many new things that make it quite superior. What are you using PS for? If you use it professionally, then and upgrade would be very beneficial, but if you use it to just make sigs or something, then I wouldn't worry about it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizo
    Also, there is no plug-in unfortunately that will allow you to preview fonts in CS, but if you up to CS2, the preview feature is standard.


    Cool,I didn't know that.
    Guess I'll be updating to CS2 then

    hmm...asspie

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