Adobe's Photoshop gets its engine retuned this week with the launch of version 4.0.
If you read last week's Web-building feature, you'll know that the new version has a number of Web-specific features such as GIF89a export and progressive JPEG support.
Many of the image-handling tools have been rejigged to simplify tasks including an Action tool.
The Action tool records what you do with an image as a sort of macro.
For example, once you have, put a drop shadow behind some text (which takes about five routines) the Action tool saves your moves so they can be replayed when you need them. It's a cheap way to get plug-ins.
Having used Photoshop 4.0 since early beta, I would thoroughly recommend it for all Web graphics work.
A full review of Adobe Photoshop 4.0 will appear in the New Year.
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