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on Apr 17, 2012 at 9:08:02 pm
Like you, Jeremy, I am not afraid of learning new interfaces. I was alluding more to the annoyance that comes from relearning the same interface in programs that arbitrarily change for no good reason.
I personally believe that Adobe, for example, would be better served to develop their programs where features run from modules or plug-ins that could be mapped across the Suite using user prefs. That way I could choose to use AE's keying features as my default and use InDesign's feathering features, etc. I have never understood why I have to have 5 different ways of doing the same thing across my 5 key Adobe programs I use.
But like you, the idea of learning Smoke 2013 doesn't scare me at all. It will take me time but I'm up to the task.
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