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Neat feature in older version.... still available?

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Old 07-29-2005, 11:59 AM
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Neat feature in older version.... still available?

I was looking at a video tutorial and saw something new... or actually old, that I hadn't seen before. The presenter was showing how to do repairs, and she zoomed in to 300%, but then she opened another copy of the image that she kept at 100% to see the effect of the changes at that level. I think that the photoshop version was 5 or 5.5.

She worked pretty fast and didn't focus on the operation of opening the new window, but I think that she got to it through the menu operation "View - Preview". I've got CS2, and Preview is not an option under the View menu.

I have seen something similar in CS2, in that you do get a preview of the image from within specific filters, while seeing the effect the changes on the original document. But.... she was doing simple stuff like moving copies of a patch of skin, etc. and was not using a filter. Even so, with the second copy of the document open at 100%, she still got to preview the changes without zooming in and out.

Does CS2 have this capability?

If you would like to see the tutorial that I'm referring to, here it is:

http://www.80four.co.uk/tutorials/ph...specialfx.html

It is the one titled "Remove Glare and Add A Polarizing Effect"

Thanks.

Steven Uberto
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Old 07-29-2005, 12:09 PM
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In CS it's under Window > Arrange > New Window for ***, so I'd guess it's probably the same in CS2. It's a really handy feature.

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Old 07-29-2005, 01:13 PM
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Victoria,

Thank you very much for this information. Just what I needed, and I am about to put it to good use.

Steve




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In CS it's under Window > Arrange > New Window for ***, so I'd guess it's probably the same in CS2. It's a really handy feature.

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