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Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and iPad released today.

 

Subject says it: Photoshop 2020; both Lightrooms and a new Photoshop for iPad released today (11/4/19).

https://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop/ipad.html

Use Creative Cloud to update the others.


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Re: Adobe Creative Cloud 7.5 million customer's data exposed

Mary Aiu
 

Thanks for the information.

Cheers,

Mary Aiu


On Oct 29, 2019, at 10:05 AM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

You could see this coming from a mile off, and years ago:

https://mashable.com/article/adobe-creative-cloud-accounts-exposed/

Watch out for phishing attacks in the coming weeks and months, my friends.

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Re: Adobe Creative Cloud 7.5 million customer's data exposed

 

Bottom line is the only way to be completely free from spam, phishing, etc is with no internet connection ever. Not feasible in today’s world.

On Oct 29, 2019, at 2:36 PM, Debra Achen <debachen@...> wrote:

Thanks for this heads up. (Sigh)
Debbie


On Oct 29, 2019, at 10:58 AM, Mark Savoia <mark@...> wrote:

Well at least there is this:

While no passwords or financial information such as credit card numbers were exposed,

Mark

On Oct 29, 2019, at 1:05 PM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

You could see this coming from a mile off, and years ago:

https://mashable.com/article/adobe-creative-cloud-accounts-exposed/

Watch out for phishing attacks in the coming weeks and months, my friends.

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Re: Adobe Creative Cloud 7.5 million customer's data exposed

 

Thanks for this heads up. (Sigh)
Debbie


On Oct 29, 2019, at 10:58 AM, Mark Savoia <mark@...> wrote:

Well at least there is this:

While no passwords or financial information such as credit card numbers were exposed,

Mark

On Oct 29, 2019, at 1:05 PM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

You could see this coming from a mile off, and years ago:

https://mashable.com/article/adobe-creative-cloud-accounts-exposed/

Watch out for phishing attacks in the coming weeks and months, my friends.

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Re: Adobe Creative Cloud 7.5 million customer's data exposed

 

Well at least there is this:

While no passwords or financial information such as credit card numbers were exposed,

On Oct 29, 2019, at 1:05 PM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

You could see this coming from a mile off, and years ago:

https://mashable.com/article/adobe-creative-cloud-accounts-exposed/

Watch out for phishing attacks in the coming weeks and months, my friends.

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Adobe Creative Cloud 7.5 million customer's data exposed

 

You could see this coming from a mile off, and years ago:

https://mashable.com/article/adobe-creative-cloud-accounts-exposed/

Watch out for phishing attacks in the coming weeks and months, my friends.

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Re: Copyrighting your photographs (USA)

 

Thank you,

Mark

On Oct 21, 2019, at 4:05 PM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

You can copyright up to 750 photos at a time, and submit them all online, in digital form.
Learn more by starting here:
https://www.copyright.gov/registration/photographs/index.html
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Copyrighting your photographs (USA)

 

You can copyright up to 750 photos at a time, and submit them all online, in digital form.
Learn more by starting here:
https://www.copyright.gov/registration/photographs/index.html
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Re: Catalina - not yet

 

Not really an issue, we have all been warned for two years it was happening. Progress.

On Oct 11, 2019, at 1:11 PM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

not to mention the "issue" that anything that is 32-bit simply won't run.


Re: Catalina - not yet

Mary Aiu
 

And to you as well Tracy! 

I broke my ankle and had surgery to repair it on Sept 17th. If all goes well I should be in a walking boot by the date of the reception. Looking forward to it. 

For now I’m caught up in the PG&E mess. We are going on our 3rd day with no power.  😩

Looking forward to seeing you at the reception. 

M


On Oct 11, 2019, at 10:14 AM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

Hiya

Congratulations on your IJE entry! :-)

Tracy
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On 11 Oct 2019, at 10:13, Mary Aiu via Groups.Io wrote:

Thanks Tracy for the heads up!

Best,

Mary Aiu


On Oct 11, 2019, at 10:11 AM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

Pretty sure most of you know this already, but holding off on upgrading to MacOS Cataling (10.15) is probably wise. There are issues with Photoshop and LR... not to mention the "issue" that anything that is 32-bit simply won't run.

https://petapixel.com/2019/10/08/dont-update-to-macos-catalina-yet-if-you-use-photoshop-or-lightroom/


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Re: Catalina - not yet

 

Sorry all: my mistake. That reply should have gone just to Mary.

(One of her photos was selected from nearly 2300 entries for The Center for Photographic Art International Juried Exhibition.)

https://photography.org

Tracy
www.valleau.art

On 11 Oct 2019, at 10:14, Tracy Valleau wrote:

Hiya

Congratulations on your IJE entry! :-)

Tracy
www.valleau.art

On 11 Oct 2019, at 10:13, Mary Aiu via Groups.Io wrote:

Thanks Tracy for the heads up!

Best,

Mary Aiu


On Oct 11, 2019, at 10:11 AM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

Pretty sure most of you know this already, but holding off on upgrading to MacOS Cataling (10.15) is probably wise. There are issues with Photoshop and LR... not to mention the "issue" that anything that is 32-bit simply won't run.

https://petapixel.com/2019/10/08/dont-update-to-macos-catalina-yet-if-you-use-photoshop-or-lightroom/


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Re: Catalina - not yet

 

Hiya

Congratulations on your IJE entry! :-)

Tracy
www.valleau.art

On 11 Oct 2019, at 10:13, Mary Aiu via Groups.Io wrote:

Thanks Tracy for the heads up!

Best,

Mary Aiu


On Oct 11, 2019, at 10:11 AM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

Pretty sure most of you know this already, but holding off on upgrading to MacOS Cataling (10.15) is probably wise. There are issues with Photoshop and LR... not to mention the "issue" that anything that is 32-bit simply won't run.

https://petapixel.com/2019/10/08/dont-update-to-macos-catalina-yet-if-you-use-photoshop-or-lightroom/


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Re: Catalina - not yet

Mary Aiu
 

Thanks Tracy for the heads up!

Best,

Mary Aiu


On Oct 11, 2019, at 10:11 AM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

Pretty sure most of you know this already, but holding off on upgrading to MacOS Cataling (10.15) is probably wise. There are issues with Photoshop and LR... not to mention the "issue" that anything that is 32-bit simply won't run.

https://petapixel.com/2019/10/08/dont-update-to-macos-catalina-yet-if-you-use-photoshop-or-lightroom/


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Catalina - not yet

 

Pretty sure most of you know this already, but holding off on upgrading to MacOS Cataling (10.15) is probably wise. There are issues with Photoshop and LR... not to mention the "issue" that anything that is 32-bit simply won't run.

https://petapixel.com/2019/10/08/dont-update-to-macos-catalina-yet-if-you-use-photoshop-or-lightroom/


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Re: Mac OS users: 10.15 "Catalina" will kill some of your favorite apps. Here are some tips.

 

OH! One more Epson thing: if you are using third-party inks with your Epson printer, remember to NOT update your firmware! Apparently that will kill you ability to use anything but Epson inks.
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Re: Mac OS users: 10.15 "Catalina" will kill some of your favorite apps. Here are some tips.

 

Epson 64-bit?

I don't know, Mark. I suspect that the newer printers are OK, while Epson's download for my 9890 driver is dated 2014, and the 3880 is 2007, and I doubt that they are 64-bit.
 
However, and that said, I ran my ~/library/printers folder thru Go64, and everything in it was 64 bit. 
 
Here the Epson apps that Go64 found for me that are not 64-bit:
 
epson:
firmware updater
LFP Remote Panel 2
Low ink reminder
print layout
printer finder
printer monitor
printer utility 3
scan
scan settings
Net config
suppliestool3
 
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Re: Mac OS users: 10.15 "Catalina" will kill some of your favorite apps. Here are some tips.

 

Looks like the only app on my Mac that will not work of Epson’s is EpsonNet Config


On Aug 20, 2019, at 3:45 PM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

You have probably heard that Mac OS Catalina, 10.15, will end support for 32-bit apps. Sounds geeky, and it is in some ways, but here's the bottom line: some of your applications will quit working. Period. End of story. Most Epson software is 32-bit, for example.
 
Here's what Apple says:
 
So... what to do?
 
1) find out which apps you have that will quit working in the next 60 days if you upgrade to Catalina, when it comes out.
Here's the easiest way: this free app:
(there are  more less convenient ways to find your 32-bit apps, using Apple software)
 
then you can
2) simply not upgrade to Catalina (or put them all on another computer that will never be upgraded.)
3) wait for the app developers to republish their software compiled for 64-bit
4) toss them out and find a suitable replacement
5) run El Capitan (10.11) in a virtual machine. (That's my choice.)
 
Virtual machines
 
If you have Parallels (which is my choice) or VMWare (probably to run Windows) you can find a copy of 10.11* and install it, to run it virtually. Then all you need to do is move your 32-bit apps to it, and away you go: you can upgrade to Catalina, but keep El Capitan around inside your VM.
 
 
*You can actually choose any OS prior to Catalina to virtualize. I went with El Capitan since there is a concensus that it's the most suitable. Obviously, if you have some 32-bit app that requires, say, Sierra, then that OS would be your choice.
 
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Re: Mac OS users: 10.15 "Catalina" will kill some of your favorite apps. Here are some tips.

 

Which are, the printer drivers?

On Aug 20, 2019, at 3:45 PM, Tracy Valleau <tracy@...> wrote:

Most Epson software is 32-bit


Mac OS users: 10.15 "Catalina" will kill some of your favorite apps. Here are some tips.

 

You have probably heard that Mac OS Catalina, 10.15, will end support for 32-bit apps. Sounds geeky, and it is in some ways, but here's the bottom line: some of your applications will quit working. Period. End of story. Most Epson software is 32-bit, for example.
 
Here's what Apple says:
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208436
 
So... what to do?
 
1) find out which apps you have that will quit working in the next 60 days if you upgrade to Catalina, when it comes out.
Here's the easiest way: this free app:
https://www.stclairsoft.com/Go64/index.html
(there are  more less convenient ways to find your 32-bit apps, using Apple software)
https://www.macrumors.com/guide/32-bit-mac-apps/
 
then you can
2) simply not upgrade to Catalina (or put them all on another computer that will never be upgraded.)
3) wait for the app developers to republish their software compiled for 64-bit
4) toss them out and find a suitable replacement
5) run El Capitan (10.11) in a virtual machine. (That's my choice.)
 
Virtual machines
 
If you have Parallels (which is my choice) or VMWare (probably to run Windows) you can find a copy of 10.11* and install it, to run it virtually. Then all you need to do is move your 32-bit apps to it, and away you go: you can upgrade to Catalina, but keep El Capitan around inside your VM.
 
https://www.macstrategy.com/article.php?148
 
*You can actually choose any OS prior to Catalina to virtualize. I went with El Capitan since there is a concensus that it's the most suitable. Obviously, if you have some 32-bit app that requires, say, Sierra, then that OS would be your choice.
 

Re: Slight OT, but since we all use ethernet cables, here's a FYI

 

Thanks, Michael. Each and every point is well made. You no doubt noticed that they never mentioned any of their competitor by name, and that the Fluke Corporation (at least according to BJC) found exactly the same results.

And I trust them because of articles such as this one:
http://www.bluejeanscable.com/articles/bad-reasons-to-upgrade-hdmi-cable.htm
in which they say that you really -don't- need to buy a new cable from them (most likely.)

I don't have a $10,000 device to verify their words either. I can only go on results I experience, and their stellar reputation in the industry.

At this point, I'll stop replying. The forum is really about photography and printing, and this got way off track. While it fascinates some of us, others are round-filing these by now.

Thanks to everyone who replied, even if you think I'm a gullible and ignorant old man.  :-)
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