Gradients and images appear jagged in Photoshop CS3
I'm using a G5 Mac OS X (10.4.11) with Photoshop CS3 installed. Program was running fine, then I noticed graphics, especially gradients appeared jagged instead of smooth. It even appears in the blue Photoshop CS3 graphic that displays when the app is launched. I also have Photoshop CS2 on my station and all graphics look perfect. Any idea what this could be?
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This is for those who cannot generate a valid serial number over at adobe: 1) Complete installation as usual 2) Go to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS3\AMT 3) Delete the file called application.sif 4) Enjoy!
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Adobe Photoshop CS2 have some system requirements to be meet before installation, the requirements are listed below: (if you don't meet any of the minimum you should upgrade your hardware to install this software) (hopes this helps)
To run Photoshop CS2, PC users
should have one of the following processors: Intel Centrino, Xeon, Xeon
Dual, Pentium III or a Pentium 4 processor.
Mac users who want to install Adobe Photoshop CS2 need at least a PowerPC G3, G4 or G5 processor.
Photoshop CS2 requires at least a
PC that runs Windows 2000 or Windows XP. Windows 2000 users need
Service Pack 4. Windows XP users need Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2.
Mac users can run Photoshop CS2 on OS X versions 10.2.8 through
10.3.8 at least. However, Adobe recommends versions 10.3.4 through
Both PCs and Macs can run
Photoshop CS2 with 320 megabytes of RAM though Adobe recommends running
the program with at least 384 megabytes of RAM.
Before installing Adobe Photoshop CS2 on a PC, make sure you have at least 650 megabytes of hard-disk space free.
If you are installing CS2 on a Mac, check to make sure you have at least 750 megabytes of hard-disk space available.
Monitor and Video Card
Adobe Photoshop CS2 works best
on monitors with a resolution of at least 1024 by 768. A 16-bit video
card is also required. These requirements apply to both PC and Mac
I had a similar experience a while back. Photoshop worked fine for a couple years and then suddenly the same error appeared. Apparently I had purchased a "trial" software cd. Have you checked on adobe.com with your registration number to see if it's a good, clean, unregistered, etc copy?
Unfortunately the "official" word is out. Photoshop 7.0, 7.0.1 is not compatible with Apple's newest Operating System, Leopard (10.5).
Adobe Photoshop versions CS (8.0) CS2 (9.0) and CS3 (10.0) do run in Leopard but may have some issues. The only suggestion I have for you is either revert back to Tiger (10,4) or upgrade your Photoshop to CS3.
Adobe offers a discounted upgrade price from 7.0, CS1, CS2 to CS3 for $199. That's a lot
better then paying the full retail price of $649.00. I wish I had a better suggested solution for you. You're not alone on this one.