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About msdobrescu

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  1. I wish. But it's just a blotware. There are too many things running, but not for me. I don't accept that.
  2. Indeed. But what if we can do whatever we need with Linux, except for specific graphic, design and publishing at pro level easily. I say easily, because there are means to achieve that in Linux. We simply ask for the best. Indeed. Well, for me, there are few thing I still can do fast with Photoshop. One of them is the boundary warp tool for panoramas. I am lazy. While I could keep Windows to upgrade Photoshop, then copy it to Linux and run it under Wine, I prefer to have a full solution, from installing to running it.
  3. Same here, on my Sabayon! Install VirtualBox, make a new virtual machine, set cores, memory, disk(s) and you're good to go!
  4. @VanessaS, out of curiosity, what do you miss on Linux related to photography? I think RAW development is pretty capable, but that's almost all you can do. Hugin is usable for panos, but failed for me because a boundary warp feature is missing. That would be a good feature for any photography tool...
  5. I think they should have a serious discussion with Wine/Crossover guys.
  6. Man, I can't help myself, but to clarify one thing... Most of the guys here are asking for a Linux solution, not for a Windows solution, because they want to get rid of Windows completely, so virtual machines are out of question.
  7. Yeah, who wouldn't... I'd be happy with a Steam version, or a Wine + Proton one, if not native, really...
  8. I've studied the OSes, I don't hate any, I think all are at least excellent, but what's around them is questionable at least.
  9. So if I am a person going in a remote place where there is no Internet access or cell, let's say as a tourist, in the mountains, and I own an Apple product, I can't use it at all (for other things a notebook or a phone is used than Internet browsing or phone calling)? HA HA HA HA HA HA HAAAAA!!!!
  10. I think it's easier to control when having a business relation in the same country, with all the state differences, than overseas. Easier to access and to assess. Nothing personal.
  11. I guess US companies support US companies, Adobe would count on Apple or Microsoft. They can rely on common values and laws. Linux is made by an Europeans and Ubuntu is based in Europe. Steam said they would change Ubuntu support for other Linux distro support, but wouldn't drop Linux completely. I am a Linux user and I don't like Ubuntu myself.
  12. Thanks, @Dylan_LHDP, although I am not sure about the legality of this concerning Windows licensing. Anyway, means installing Windows, which is exactly I avoid.
  13. @gnx, see here: https://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=45277
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