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  • chillin
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    Re: ComparePSD (free) - comparing psd files

    NOD32 doesn't.

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  • Xaran
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    Norton reports a virus in the comparePSD setup file.

    Christine

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  • chillin
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    Thanks Danny,
    Very useful, I'll use this in pair with MysticThumbs.

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  • mistermonday
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    Hi Danny. I can't say that I have ever had the need to compare files in such a manner and not likely to. Most people have a system of naming files in a descriptive manner as they save them. Most professionals have sufficient information in file names and metadata and Group/Layer naming to be able to locate what they are looking for. And even if someone did have a bunch of .psd 1 through n files, this application will only compare two files at a time. Yes, I can see some applicability, but probably very limited.
    Perhaps others with different workflows have opposite opinions. In any case, thank you for sharing this with us.
    Regards, Murray

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  • DannyRaphael
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    ComparePSD (free) - comparing psd files

    "Compare two Adobe Photoshop files layer-by-layer. A must-have tool for Photoshop professionals."

    http://pixelnovel.com/comparepsd

    Looks interesting - anybody tried it yet? The price (free) is right.

    PC only as of January 2010; Mac version apparently in the works.

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