quick question for the G+ hive mind - is updating to internet explorer 11 a good idea? I have a Win 7 laptop, and I've seen a few sites saying that IE9 is no longer supported. ( i have chrome and firefox too, but for my job i need explorer as well) any thoughts? Is it stable, or a basket case? :)
Good morning! There's another "From Scene To Screen" article up on FFDO! This time I've tag-teamed with the groovy +Tim VanSant Writes to discuss the TV series Bones, based on the books by Kathy Reichs. We're dissecting why people either like the writing in the book, or the show, but not both. Stop by and join the convo, would love to hear where you weigh in on the debate :)
hahah! use it as a psychic paper weight? :D of course, it has a mind of it's own so who knows what it would write on the paper... "if found, please return to Sauron at #1 Gorgorth Road, Mordor, Middle Earth"
Hey, i have a new "From Scene to Screen" up on fridayflash.org! This time, I'm looking at the vast difference between the book and TV series, Sleepy Hollow, and why the changes work :) Stop by and let me know what you think!
and now the damn thing is going to take over a half hour to uninstall. Add to that the CC suite 'forgetting' that I have a team license and making me re-sign in to use anything, every effing day, and I'm about ready to tell adobe where to stick their 'wonderful' cloud based service. Go back to giving us real software, dammit...
no idea. I'm hoping they just fix it properly. CS5 was a pig, CS6 fixed a lot of that, and now CC is a pig again. I think they were just too busy trying to get the new service out there to worry about how well it ran.
just uninstalled after effects CC, reverting back to CS6. CC is so bad, so buggy that I literally cannot get any work done. It is useless. I do the same processes with CS6 in minutes, but i left a project run over the weekend on CC, and it was only 4% done. What a peice of garbage. Major FAIL, adobe...