Adobe Systems Inc. on Thursday updated its flagship image editing application, Photoshop for the Mac.
Photoshop 7.0.1 fixes numerous issues, the most significant of which Adobe has listed on the Photoshop update page. Changes in the update include Type layers are no longer rasterized unnecessarily; Photoshop now saves alpha transparency data in Targa files in the same way it did in previous versions; File Browser performance has been enhanced; if the color settings color management policy is set to “Off,” Photoshop no longer asks to save changes unless other edits have been performed; the total ink now defaults to 300 percent as it did in previous versions of Photoshop; the color of white areas in CMYK files saved as JPEG files no longer shifts; TIFF files with LZW compression are now written correctly.
Details on additional changes to the update can be found on Adobe’s Web site. Photoshop 7.0.1 is available to download now.