Go to the official website and pick CS6 at the first screen after installation. And of course, you can download Photoshop CS2 right now.
How to edit the default settings in CS6
If you’re a Windows user, you can go to the Settings. Windows settings are displayed at the bottom right corner of the screen. You can open this dialog by clicking the Windows Logo icon , which appears on the screen.
Note: If you install CS6 on a Chromebook, you’ll have to use the default settings for the first time and adjust the system settings after that.
If you’re a Mac user, go to the Settings. Click on System Preferences under System and click on System Properties. Click on Keyboard tab and click on Customize. Click on Open Keyboard Layout and choose what you want in the menu. For me, I chose X11.
Click okay and then go back to the System Preferences and you’re done. Now the default settings in your settings dialog will be the same for CS6 and CS2.
How do I use the default icon on the screen? I can’t find it.
If you have a Mac or are a Mac user, you just need to go to System Preferences, select the Keyboard icon and you’ll find a new menu icon named Command-V . You can then type V in the keyboard shortcut menu and that will open the command-line version of the icon. For example, for example in OS X Mountain Lion, click on Command-V in the menu.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Thursday in a case involving an Indian couple who were refused entry to the US in 2008 because they are Hindus.
“It’s one of the most important cases that’s coming before it this term,” said Andrew Strom, a law professor at the University of Minnesota. “It’s a classic case of what I would call ‘preemption.’ It’s what happens when the state takes a decision that’s an unreasonable interference with the constitutional rights of its citizens.”
A few months earlier, the Supreme Court ruled that a Florida law that prevented people from wearing a hat resembling the national flag could only be applied to those who were actually wearing the flag or other religious symbols that bore its shape, not just those who chose to wear them.
The case is Hines v. Tony Gentile, USSC, No. 10-1089.
The case centers on two women in Virginia named Meretz
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