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Photoshop 7.0 Hidden Secrets

Monday, August 13, 2007

I have always been a fan of Adobe Photoshop. When my creative juices start to overflow, there's no better outlet than this powerful imaging tool. It's funny, though, that I've been using this application for a few years already, but it's only now that I found some hidden secrets within Photoshop. The creators just had to be creative, eh?

Well you see, the first secret I'm going to share with you is the "alternate" credits to Adobe Photoshop. If you click on Help > About Photoshop, you'll get the application logo (the one with an eye and a microscope and a seashore -- weird logo). But when you click on [CTRL] and then Help > About Photoshop, you'll get something different! Weird, here's how the two credits look like:

Source: www.eggheaven.com

Also, out of pure curiousity, I just read the scrolling credits. There are A LOT of funny credit lines there, you'd just have to wait for them =P. Here's an example:

The last line there would be "And of course, thanks to , our favorite customer." Hehehehe.

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