Adobe adds 3D printing support in Photoshop CC

Shawn Knight

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The latest update for Adobe’s Photoshop CC adds a new 3D printing tool that will help users take an existing model (either from a modeling tool, a 3D scanner or a blueprint they find online), polish it up a bit...

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Guest said:
And how about adding support for Linux?
If the lousy Linux zealots drop their insistence that Adobe (and other commercial vendors) should release their software as open source then Adobe will gladly provide support for Linux. Until then, run Photoshop on either Windows or Mac OS X.
 

cliffordcooley

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So what is stopping Adobe from charging for software to run on Linux?

You make it sound as if software vendors can't charge for releasing software titles on Linux. If that is the case, I'll love it when Steam OS finally comes out and all the games are free. Come on think about what you are saying.
 
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cliffordcooley said:
So what is stopping Adobe from charging for software to run on Linux?

You make it sound as if software vendors can't charge for releasing software titles on Linux. If that is the case, I'll love it when Steam OS finally comes out and all the games are free. Come on think about what you are saying.
Linux users have no problem paying for software. The real problem is that most of them, especially zealots don't want to pay for software that is proprietary in nature. That's what stopping Adobe and other proprietary vendors from releasing their products on Linux. Until the sane Linux users recognize their fellow anti-proprietary users as the real obstacles to Linux adoption and kick them to the curb, Linux Desktop will be stuck in the abyss for all eternity.