Be nice. Or else.
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Definitely an Adobe problem...this was a brand new laptop. The more recent versions Ps got better, but for a while I had to install CS6 to get above 30fps.
Adobe CC was sluggish on a 2015 MBP with 16BG of RAM.
Yea, it's pretty annoying that half of Apple's lineup is just straight up old hardware. The non-touchbar MBP is still $2000 but 2 years old.
Refurbished is the way to go right now. :/
Yea, the cool thing about Firefox is the RAM sorta caps out. You can open up as many tabs as you want, and it won't slow down considerably or use more RAM.
It will use more RAM on system that have more available, but scale back on older hardware.
My 2012 MacBook Air i7 8GB RAM is still enough to run Sketch on an external monitor.
Try Firefox because it is much easier on memory than Chrome is.
That's a really good point. I would hope that some misguided opinions were changed after reading other discussions.
Probably depends on the type of clients you want to work with. Image is huge.
This is great! I like that they even have an easing function they suggest using to keep animations consistent. Although, I'd like to see some Sketch components or a base CSS file for new projects to start with.
Firefox's add-ons section looks stagnant. I hope this encourages developer to update/create new ones to look as modern as Chrome's.
Yea, they dragged their feet for about 2 years or so, but this effort more than made up for it. They're not even done with the speed improvements, yet! There is another phase that wasn't ready in time for 57.
1 day after I finished making some chart graphics. This looks awesome!
Be nice. Or else.
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