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  1. #11
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    Re: Two versions of CC on the same computer, can I do it?

    Quote Originally Posted by BackdoorHippie View Post
    NiK was another reason though now with DxO it's not as much of a concern.
    What do you mean? I finally sorted and got Nik working thanks to someone on the forum here that pointed out a few adjustments with permissions that were stopping it working. I am So So So happy to have it back again. I love that package


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  2. #12
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    Re: Two versions of CC on the same computer, can I do it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Moab Man View Post
    I was successful at having both. Thanks everyone.
    You'll notice a heap of subtle differences I really like some of the latest updates
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  3. #13
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    Re: Two versions of CC on the same computer, can I do it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vixen View Post
    What do you mean? I finally sorted and got Nik working thanks to someone on the forum here that pointed out a few adjustments with permissions that were stopping it working. I am So So So happy to have it back again. I love that package
    When Google bought the company that made Nik Tools they had no interest in Nik Tools. They then made it free because they didn't care. Google then announced they were not going to support or develop it so when it became it obsolete it would just be gone. DXO, thankfully, bought it. No doubt in the future they will develop it and it will cost again, but thankfully Nik Tools is no longer going away.
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  4. #14
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    Re: Two versions of CC on the same computer, can I do it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vixen View Post
    What do you mean? I finally sorted and got Nik working thanks to someone on the forum here that pointed out a few adjustments with permissions that were stopping it working. I am So So So happy to have it back again. I love that package
    With Google announcing they were no longer maintaining Nik it was inevitable that at some point it would stop working with the next release of Photoshop. Now that DxO has taken over the collection it's hopeful that they will work to keep the original up and running on new releases at least in the short term, though it may require ponying up for their updates which I will not since I paid for the original before it was free. For that reason I will keep a version of Ps around that works with it as-is once it permanently stops working with new releases.
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  5. #15
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    Re: Two versions of CC on the same computer, can I do it?

    Quote Originally Posted by BackdoorHippie View Post
    With Google announcing they were no longer maintaining Nik it was inevitable that at some point it would stop working with the next release of Photoshop. Now that DxO has taken over the collection it's hopeful that they will work to keep the original up and running on new releases at least in the short term, though it may require ponying up for their updates which I will not since I paid for the original before it was free. For that reason I will keep a version of Ps around that works with it as-is once it permanently stops working with new releases.
    That's a good idea. When I bought it, it was around one month before they let it become free. Fortunately they refunded me the entire purchase price.
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  6. #16
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    Re: Two versions of CC on the same computer, can I do it?

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    That's a good idea. When I bought it, it was around one month before they let it become free. Fortunately they refunded me the entire purchase price.
    Truth be told I also keep it around for ON1 and a couple other things that I have no intention of upgrading but still use from time to time.
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