Help needed with CS3

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Alan Birchard, Nov 27, 2008.

  1. But Roy, you're missing the point: Any shade of white is too much
    white. Whether it's dark white, bluish white, correct white, off
    white, or snow white, if it has the word "white" in it, it's too much
    white. I want black. That pretty much rules out *any* variation of
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
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  2. Alan Birchard

    Jurgen Guest

    You're free to believe anything you like John. Obviously you have
    neither the skill or knowledge to prove me right or wrong, despite
    claiming earlier you could re-write some code for the troll. Sort of
    makes you a braggart without ability, doesn't it?
    Jurgen, Nov 30, 2008
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  3. Alan Birchard

    Jurgen Guest

    IF you weren't such an A*hole and loud mouth, you'd have your answer by now.
    Jurgen, Nov 30, 2008
  4. All John said was "Looking at the code now." He didn't say he could
    fix it, he said he'd try, and he tried, and when he couldn't get it he
    said so. On the other hand, you said you had already done it, in just
    three clicks no less, but now you're withholding it from the rest of
    us out of spite. You're a liar and a troll.

    We called bullshit on you and you replied with a lie and a smear
    against someone who actually tried to help. Your face is smeared with

    Only a jackal would withhold it from Dana just to keep it from me but
    you're not doing that, really, because you don't have it. You're
    bluffing, you're a liar, and you're full of shit: Bullshit.
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
  5. Yeah, version 5 has been doing that to me for over ten years, and CS3
    still does it, and I just forgot to mention it in my original post. At
    least you got your CS3 as a gift! I paid for this son of a bitch, and
    I'm really starting to hate Adobe's corporate guts. If I can't change
    these palettes from white I'm going to sell it on ebay. Of course
    I'll take a loss, but the fact that someone buying it used from me
    will cost Adobe one sale of a new package will be my consolation. I'll
    switch to Corel, or PSP, or Gimp, or anything else besides this
    hateful, arrogant, bloatware piece of shit.
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
  6. Thanks for trying, John. Is there any chance for a simple search and
    replace on the three RGB values? I don't know how to do it, I'm just
    reaching. I wonder if 237 237 237 would show up anywhere and if so,
    it could be for any other reason than to express the RGB values.
    Oh, haven't you heard? Jurgen has already done it! He's just not
    telling us how he did it, that's all. Same as KatWoman. They can do
    it. They're just bein' mean, them old meanies.
    At this point, the EULA can kneel down, pucker up, and... ah, what's
    the use. I'll keep trying for a while longer and then I'll likely
    sell it and switch to something else.
    Never mind that. Thanks for trying.
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
  7. She's a bullshit liar, same as Jurgen.
    Yeah, comments such as "why would anyone want hideous green type on
    black background anyway?" and "If you knew how to use WINDOWS" and
    "you don't know how to use it properly" ... oh wait, those rude and
    idiotic comments were made by KatWoman herself. 'Scuse me.
    Hear Hear! I politely asked for help and then I politely asked the
    troublemaking lying bullshitters to please leave the thread alone, but
    of course they can't. That's contrary to their trolling natures.
    Speaking only for myself, I'd have to say a vivid and healthy hatred
    for Adobe and the programmers who mock me by sticking their names in
    my face every time I launch the program as if they're proud of the
    screw job they gave me by selling me this wretched piece of shit.
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
  8. Alan Birchard

    Roy G Guest

    I understand that you and Awkward don't want white.

    BUT you and Awkward complain about "bliding, glaring, eye-burning white.

    If the screen is Calibrated and Profiled you would not get blinding,
    glaring, eye-burning white.

    You would still not have exactly what you want, but hey life is like that.

    Roy G
    Roy G, Nov 30, 2008
  9. On Sun, 30 Nov 2008 09:13:03 -1000, Mike Russell

    Sheesh, you're gonna go off and write a whole Sunday sermon over the
    use of the word "shit"?
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
  10. Bravo, John. Thank you. That helped a lot. I'll try to cool off a
    little. Right now I'm fuming mad at them for taking my money and
    doing this to me in return, but I haven't given up all hope yet.
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
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    KatWoman Guest

    well gee I want to be an Olympic gold medal swimmer but I am allergic to

    QUIT using PS if it such a POS you hate it

    OR go to ADOBE SUGGESTION Forum and ASK to put your need on the request list
    of the programmers
    who are quite nice people and willingly accept opinions how to improve and
    gave a place to voice complaint to those who could actually change it if
    they want to

    I spent over half hour messing my system around and back only be to rudely
    told off for trying to help that asswipe for FREE
    He and you and your little sock puppets CAN GO SUCK EGGS
    KatWoman, Nov 30, 2008
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    tony cooper Guest

    Taking your money and then doing this to you? You didn't know what
    you were buying when you bought it?
    tony cooper, Nov 30, 2008
  13. Yeah yeah yeah. You're a liar, and now you're resorting to ranting
    and hysterics rather than admit you were caught with your pants down
    and you indeed cannot to what you said you could. Jurgen is bullshit
    but you, you're chickenshit.
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
  14. Well, I can't read the text, but are you saying you've figured out how
    to replace the splash screen? That would be cool. I'd go with a
    Dizzy Gillespie for starters. I don't know jack about programming or
    decompiling but I can do simple byte search and replace in a hex
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
  15. Thanks for the reply and the advice.
    Alan Birchard, Nov 30, 2008
  16. Alan Birchard

    PDM Guest

    I didn't read all of this thread, but from what I read early on, Alan
    Birchard got a lot of unhelpful and rude replies from certain quarters, so
    maybe his reaction is understandable. Unfortunately, he then let rip on
    others who were trying to help.

    PDM, Dec 1, 2008
  17. Alan Birchard

    Dave Guest

    So, without reading all of this thread, you try to make a decision
    on what happened here. You confirm you only read certain writings
    and with that in your mind, you came to a conclusion.
    Can anybody make such a fool of himself?
    This is not worth replying to:-(
    Dave, Dec 1, 2008
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    pecan Guest

    I'm also very new to CS3 (1 week old) and I'm not sure if anyone will
    see this post, but I don't have white glaring at me on my screen.
    Except for this email screen, that is. But my PS background is a grey
    colour, and if I open a new document I can specify a different
    background colour before I open the new document. Am I nuts, or what?
    pecan, Dec 1, 2008
  19. Alan Birchard

    Dave Guest

    No, only different to some people here; normal.
    (I hope...:)

    Dave (hitting the rubber walls in my room)
    Dave, Dec 1, 2008
  20. Alan Birchard

    Roy G Guest


    I rather suspect that the selectable background you mention is actually the
    background colour of the new image's canvas.

    The complainers are talking about the whiteness of the screen behind, or
    surrounding, the images.

    I suspect that they have their screens set to their native colour balance
    and brightness, which is way too bright for photographic editing.

    Roy G
    Roy G, Dec 1, 2008
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