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    Default How to install adobe photoshop in opensuse 12.2?

    Hi everyone,

    Do you have solution for installation photoshop in open suse?

    Regards,

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    Default Re: How to install adobe photoshop in opensuse 12.2?

    Quote Originally Posted by okiksetianto View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Do you have solution for installation photoshop in open suse?

    Regards,
    I take it you mean using Wine?
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    Default Re: How to install adobe photoshop in opensuse 12.2?

    Quote Originally Posted by okiksetianto View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Do you have solution for installation photoshop in open suse?

    Regards,
    Most versions of Photoshop work reasonably well under Wine. Silver is quite good I promise:

    WineHQ - Adobe Photoshop

    Compatibility - Browse Applications by Category - CodeWeavers[medal_linux]=DESC ( I am a huge fan of Crossover)

    For a truly no hassle solution you could try a VM.

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    Default Re: How to install adobe photoshop in opensuse 12.2?

    whether use crossover?

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    Default Re: How to install adobe photoshop in opensuse 12.2?

    Quote Originally Posted by okiksetianto View Post
    whether use crossover?
    Sure
    If you have the free edition they gave away recently?
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    Default Re: How to install adobe photoshop in opensuse 12.2?

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Sure
    If you have the free edition they gave away recently?
    I actually paid for it last May and I don't regret it (got an extra year free too). I think its a value added service and a great way to fund a very important open source project.

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