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Elements+ add-on reaches 3.0, supports Elements 9.0

updated 06:45 pm EDT, Mon October 11, 2010

Seamlessly unlocks over 150 hidden features

Developer Andrei Doubrovski updated his add-on for advanced users of Adobe Photoshop Elements, Elements+, to version 3.0 with support for the recently-released PE v9 for Mac. Elements+ reveals many undocumented features and functions in Elements, including actions, paths and color channels among others. The new version sports a customizable interface allowing features to be accessed in dedicated dialog boxes, as well as many new tools and effects.

The add-on uses Javascript to bring over 150 features and functions that are unsupported and hidden in Elements v9 to the fore. While some functions of regular Photoshop are simply not present in Elements, many more are simply disabled or hidden. The program gives users eight new dialog boxes for color and tone, selections, layers, masks, smart filters, paths, text and scripts.

New tools include Mask Feather, Disk Label printing, Fit Print and Sessions. New effects in v3 include Fill Flash, Burnt Edges, Easy 3D, Confetti and more. Users can further add functionality by writing their own scripts.

Elements+ is available in eight languages, and requires 10.4.11 or higher (along with Adobe Photoshop Elements v9). Previous versions supporting earlier releases of PE, as well as a demo for v3, are available. Version 3.0 costs $12.






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