With Creative Cloud—the cloud-based subscription service from Adobe—you can access a collection of world-class design tools, and get the latest versions of those tools delivered right to your computer. In this course, explore the new features and enhancements that were rolled out with the release of Photoshop CC 2018.
Deke McClelland helps you get the most out of the new additions to the popular image-editing software, including changes released in the October 2017 product launch and beyond. New videos will be added when Adobe releases updates, so check back often for new information. Deke reviews variable fonts, copying and pasting entire layers, creating spherical panos from a 360° camera, and more. Instructor. An award-winning author and educator, Deke McClelland is a titan of image editing and graphic design.
Deke McClelland is the author of more than 50 video courses on creative imaging, graphics, 3D, and design for the industry-leading lynda.com. One of the most award-winning writers in the business, Deke has written over 80 books translated into 24 languages, with more than 4 million copies in print. These have included The Photoshop Bible, several For Dummies books, and his own One-on-One series published under Deke Press. In his spare time, Deke runs dekeOnline , where he posts episodes of his popular lynda.com weekly series, Deke's Techniques.
He lives in Boulder, Colorado with his two sons. By: Nigel French course. 1h 49m 19s. 2,772 viewers. Course Transcript - Deke All right, now, I kind of hate to start this way, but there's this new feature that you'll notice immediately, and my guess is most of you listening to my voice are going to find it to be highly intrusive. And so I'm going to introduce the feature to you. You can decide whether you like it or not, and then I'll show you how to turn it off.
And so if you're seeing the start screen, just go ahead and click the Create new button, or you can choose the New command from the File menu. I'm going to go with the default size and click Create and then zoom in so that we have a big field of white.
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Now notice if I hover over any one of the tools, I will see an animated so-called rich tool tip. That tells me what I consider to be a little bit of obvious information, that the rectangular marquee tool makes a selection in the shape of a rectangle. Meanwhile, the lasso tool makes freehand selections and so forth. Now, I don't want to mock this too much. I'm sure a lot of energy was put into making these things. The truth of the matter is, however, those of you who teach Photoshop know that this is no way to really learn a very complicated program. Because even if you see animations for each and every tool, you still don't know how to use the program.
And so if you, like me, do not want to see these things every time you hover over a tool, then what you want to do is go up to the Photoshop menu here on a Mac. On a PC you want to go to the Edit menu. Drop down the Preferences, which is located much lower on the menu on the PC, and then choose Tools. And then all you need to do is turn off this check box, Use Rich Tool Tips, and then go ahead and click OK. At which point, the next time you hover over a tool, you'll see its name along with its keyboard shortcut. And that, very briefly, is how you take advantage of rich tool tips.
And in the event you don't care for them, turn them off. Practice while you learn with exercise files.