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By Mike Rodriguez · October 21st, 2009
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Related Tags: adjustment layers, elements 8, elements 9, quick video tips
Mike shows you the improvements and differences in Adjustment Layers in Elements 8 and 9.
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August 24, 2010 at 4:19 am
I really love and can’t do w/o all the video tutorials here and the PSE 8 videos are such a tremendous help. I was wondering if you could maybe speak to the floating windows in the edit worksite. I can’t figure out what to do w/them, how to use them or the advantages. I use PSE 8 primarily for scrapbook layouts and I became familiar w/the one-screen-at-a-time way of doing things in PSE 5. So many users seem to love the floating windows that I feel I’m missing something. Would love some help, gracias!!!!
February 6, 2012 at 3:25 pm
………………..WOW !, I have never heard those exllanations for the new adjustment panels before, great stuff, I have been using it in # 9, but without knowing the full power and ability of the thingd around it…thank you yet again for your explanations and vision to show ihem… “Ben”
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