Re: post processingTony Cooper
|Subject||Re: post processing|
|Date||03/15/2014 15:13 (03/15/2014 10:13)|
|Followups||nospam (2h & 22m) > Tony Cooper|
Sandman (1d, 7h & 13m) > Tony Cooper
On 15 Mar 2014 08:28:57 GMT, Sandman <email@example.com>wrote:
SandmanRight. Only Adobe can call plug-in an "Adobe Plugin", but they can approve vendors as suppliers of plugins for Photoshop. The plugins on that page are evidently plugins that Adobe has approved for use with Photoshop. Strange that some of the most-used plugins are not listed.
Haha!Sandman"Photoshop Plug-ins"Tony Cooper
Is it your claim now that the plug-ins listed on that page were all written by Adobe, Tony?
No, each plug-in listing tells you who developed the plug-in. Adobe is specifying that they didn't develop them.
But you just said that only Adobe can make Photoshop plug-ins, and that page lists Photoshop plug-ins. Tricky situation you've gotten yourself into!
Amazing that you can see words there that are not visible to the human eye. OnOne is clearly avoiding trademark infringement by using "companion" and stating that what they offer are plugins that work with the Adobe products.SandmanTony CooperSandmanThat said, and you know how I really like to shove your ignorance down your throat, here's a link for you:Tony Cooper
"Perfect Photo Suite works as a plug-in and is a perfect companion to Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Lightroom, and Apple Aperture."
So not even that was something you could get right.
What was wrong about my statement?
"These companies don't claim to be "PS plug-ins" or "LR plug-ins"."
In fact, they do.
In the quote above, illiterate boy.
-- Tony Cooper - Orlando FL