NS Newsletter 019: 10 February 2010


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namesuppressed newsletter 019 // 10 feb 2010
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Hey there!

It's been a while, but we've finally got some shiny new Photoshop plugin updates for you.  I hope you're still interested in hearing news from namesuppressed, but if not, please scroll to the end of this email to unsubscribe.  You can also follow @namesuppressed on Twitter if you prefer.  For everyone else who is still reading, onto the good stuff!


[shiny new photoshop plugin updates for 2010]

We've just updated Softener to v1.31, Plaid Lite to v1.21, and Autochromatic is still in front at v2.07. Here's what's new:

* Improved Autochromatic compatibility with Windows 7 & Vista
* Fixed a cosmetic bug with Plaid Lite & Windows 7
* Updated filters & installers should work better on Vista & Windows 7
* Added installer autodetection for Corel PSP X2 and X3
* Added installer autodetection for Photoshop Elements 8.0
* Fixed an installer bug with some plug-in folders
* Code-signed installers & plug-ins

You can download the latest versions of the plugins here - all are free updates for registered customers:

  downloads:  https://www.namesuppressed.com/design/downloads.shtml



[corel psp x3 compatibility]

We've put Corel's new PaintShop Photo Pro X3 to the test, and the new plugin updates (Softener, Plaid Lite, Autochromatic) all work perfectly. In fact, we discovered that PSP X3's built-in Soft Focus has a bug on some Vista x64 machines... so in the meantime, if you need a soft focus effect that won't crash your PSP X3, we can highly recommend Softener!

  corelpspx3: http://bit.ly/corelpspx3
  softener:   https://www.namesuppressed.com/design/plugins-soften.shtml



[listening booth]

I usually try to finish these emails with a reference to new music that is worth listening to, and lately I've fallen in love with Imogen Heap's album Ellipse.  It won the Grammy award for Best Engineered Album, and it's a stunningly lush and picturesque album. Check out the video clip for Imogen's song Canvas on YouTube here:

  imogen:    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXj0dF7LAyE



              .frisbee one by one your vinyl on laminate.


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