Adobe Max 2017 kicked off with highlights of new features for Photoshop and other Creative Cloud apps.
Here’s what’s new for Photoshop CC 2017:
• In-App search via a new search panel lets you browse Photoshop tools, panels, menus, Adobe Stock assets, help content and tutorials from within Photoshop. It’s accessible via the keyboard shortcut CMD+F (or Ctrl+F on Windows) or via the new search symbol in the upper right corner of the application
• Seven Free Kyle Webster brushes hand-tuned for Photoshop
• Almost 100 new templates for Photoshop projects (located in the new File>New dialog) and online at Adobe Stock;
• Two new SVG fonts (pre-loaded in the Type tool font menu)
• Stock templates, 3D objects and search: Adobe Stock marketplace now includes templates and 3D objects
• Enhanced Properties panel: The Properties panel now displays information about common layer types as well as the document, so it’s easier to make precise adjustments
• Improved Select and Mask Workspace: the Polygonal Lasso tool has been added to the task-space toolbar as is the ability to view a high-res or low-res preview during selection. The sliders are also more responsive when using the Smart Radius tool
• Independent Eye Adjustment in the Face-Aware Liquify tool
• Match Font now searches for any font installed on your system (previously it only searched from a subset of fonts)
• Click to commit text: Click anywhere outside a text box to commit it (previously you clicked on the check box in upper right of frame)
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