Adobe has released a bug-fix update for Photoshop 7.0, its industry-standard image-editing application.
Changes in 7.0.1 mean: Type layers are no longer rasterized unnecessarily; alpha transparency-data is saved in Targa files in the same way as in previous versions; if the colour settings colour-management policy is set to "Off" Photoshop no longer asks to save changes, unless other edits are performed; the total ink now defaults to 300 per cent; the white areas in CMYK files saved as JPEGs no longer shifts; and TIFF files with LZW compression are now written correctly.
File Browser performance has also been enhanced, and an issue that prevented Photoshop 6.0 from opening certain files containing layer effects edited in Photoshop 7.0 has also been fixed.
The update is available for download today. File size is 15.2MB.