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  1. Bozo

    I would love being able to use our mouse scroll-wheel to make brushes larger or smaller (as used in Lightroom) – rather than the cumbersome current methods that are essentially an intentional “dummying down & crippling” by Adobe.

    More content aware options would be great too…

  2. Juana

    looking forward to this, then we will have more functions, can’t wait

  3. Terry

    PLEASE release a fast native 64-bit version. I’m not buying another version until this is available.
    Speed is more important than new bells and whistles that often don’t get used anyway.
    Cut back on marketing and spend the money on engineering improvements in speed.

  4. don rode

    advanced curves and a channel mixer.

  5. Bradavon

    A toolbar would finally be nice or dare I say it, the ribbon. Photoshop Elements relies far to much on complicatedly long menus.

    It’s very powerful but finding the options for a novice is too difficult. This is okay (just about) with Photoshop CS but Elements is designed with amateur professionals and novices in mind.

    More Content Aware would be nice too.

  6. Bob Rosamond

    I’m hoping that it will open the huge RAW files from the Nikon D3200. 10 won’t and while there is an add on for the D800, Adobe will not allow it to be used in PE10.

  7. Larry

    @ Terry
    I agree whole heartedly with Terry. I have tried other products and Premiere Elements 10 is majorly slow in comparison. One reason I bought it was the 64-bit version. It might be even slower than the 32-Bit one. I am sticking with it for now, because it does something I need better than the other product. But, if they update their features to come even close to what PR El 10 has now, I might be tempted.
    Adobe, do yourself a favour and bring the speed of your product into the 21st Century.

  8. Alexandria

    I don’t why people keep saying the current version of elements 10 is based on the then current version of photoshop cs5.
    This is simply not true. While a few technologies from cs5 may be in pse 10, content aware fill for example, the vast majority of the code is still based on photoshop cs4, as it was in pse 8 and pse 9.

    Photoshop elements 11 will be mainly based on cs5 code, not cs6 code.

  9. Papy Gribouille

    Ce que j’aimerai avant tout:

    1°) C’est l’assurance de réussir à faire une sauvegarde incrémentielle du catalogue (après l’éventuelle ‘complète’) sur un seul dossier. (seule “astuce” à ce jour, je refais une sauvegarde ‘complète’ a chaque fois!!! c’est long lorsqu’on a des dizaines de milliers d’images!

    2°) Lors d’une restauration sur un autre PC ou disque dur ça serait que les étiquettes s’installent directement dans leur dossier au lieu du dossier “d’Etiquettes de mots-clés importées.

    Merci à Adobe.

  10. Doug

    I would like to see PSE version 11 working in Tiff files to open HDR images.

  11. Surmont Dora

    Date for the Dutch release of PSE 11?

    • Hi Surmont, Adobe is moving more and more towards simultaneous releases in different geographies and languages – so we’d expect it around the same time or shortly thereafter (within 2-3 weeks).

      Thanks to everyone for your great comments, ideas, and suggestions – keep them coming!

  12. Rinske

    Please add a mapping feature – including possibility to only see pictures on the map of person X or person Y or person X+Y (through their tags).

    And geotagging photos with help of a .gpx file

  13. Wally

    Well I can tell you Elements 10 doesn’t install 64-bit on Windows 8 64 bit RTM, even when you use the 64-bit disk.

  14. pepepe

    The Austrian Adobe Store is showing an advert on the right hand side saying “Now Available: Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 & Adobe Premiere Elements 11 – Free Shipping till November 20.” Clicking on the image gives an error message though. In any case, the release date must be very close!

  15. Anon

    Looks like Elements 11 is now live, just with Elements 10 advertising.

  16. Tbolt

    What I would like to see Adobe do is sell upgrade modules to Elements. For me, I can’t justify the price of the full Photoshop CS6 over Elements but there are a few things I would like in Elements.

    So one module to add more features to Camera Raw, and another module to add a few new tools. I know Adobe wants people to upgrade to the full version but some people just are not going to do that.

  17. Charan

    Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 and Premiere Elements 11 will release on 25-09-2012 in North America, Europe and Japan countries. Rest of the world will be released on 08-10-2012.

    The Interface is made very easy and there are 3 stages, Beginner, Advanced and Organizer.

    Tools made self explanatory, overall it looks good.

  18. Bob Rosamond

    PSE11 is first class and does have the 3 stages as described above. I’ve been testing it and will be purchasing it.

  19. Anon

    I think Charan is basing it off Adobe’s Upgrade policy product announcement page, which is updated as needed for upcoming products. Elements has been featured on the English page for a little while now:

    http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/policy-pricing/upgrade-policy-product-announcement.html

    “If you purchase any of the following products between September 1 2012 and September 24 2012, you qualify to receive a complimentary upgrade to the equivalent Elements 11 product at no additional cost when it becomes available.”

    So logically this would be the 25th. I want to speculate that Australia and New Zealand will get it on the 25th as well, as the UPCs for that region seem to be arriving on that day, though I could be wrong.

  20. 1. Faster 64-bit system
    2. Support of Nikon D600
    3. Enabling mouse scroll wheel to change brush size

  21. Bestter

    @ John Harding

    In France, PSE 11 will be released between 25th September and 15th October 2012.

    It is possible to pre-order it from Amazon:

    https://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B0090Y8Z9U?ie=UTF8&tag=prod0c-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=1642&creativeASIN=B0090Y8Z9U

    Where the shipping date is shown as 15th October 2012.

    You will see the new box !

    Photoshop Elements 11 is also on Fnac, where the release date is given as 25th September 2012.

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