Posted October 06, 2018 07:53:50 The latest version of Adobe Photoshop has been released to the open source world, and the software has been given the all-clear by Adobe’s developers.
The latest version, which is based on a combination of the open-source versions of Photoshop and Lightroom, was released earlier this week.
Users of the software can download the software, which was developed by Adobe Systems and is the company’s flagship open-sourced image editing software.
Adobe says that the software is fully supported by its developers and has been tested in both Ubuntu and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, which have also been tested on the new version.
The software has already been downloaded more than 10,000 times, and Adobe says that it is currently the most popular open source image editor.
The company says that more than 90% of the downloads for the software have been for Ubuntu and over 100,000 have been downloaded for Red Hat.
While the software was originally designed to be used with Photoshop Lightroom 3.1, it has also been used for many other purposes, including with Linux.
While the developers of the program have said that they do not want to release the program for the open market, they have stated that it should be available to everyone for free and the community is welcome to use the software.
“We do not think that releasing it to the public will help users to get the most out of Photoshop,” the company wrote in an email.
“We want to encourage the use of the tool and provide the best software for the job.”
Adobe is also releasing the latest version to other open source software developers.
Last month, it announced that it was going to support OpenOffice.org.