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Marco Casario

I totally agree with you.
Have also a look at Jhon Dowdell post about that argument :

Jonathan Moore

I just downloaded the beta and I honestly don't think Adobe had ANYTHING to worry about with this software. Acrylic seems to be on par to compeate with Adobe Elements, or some other entry-level photo editor. Yes it does open up psd files, but it opens it as an flattened image (no layers). The main reason why I would catagorize this software as junk is the brush renderer. You draw a stroke and the engine lags behind your mouse - eventually catching up and not drawing the stroke acuratly.

There's no way this software could touch any Adobe products, not even PSP or the open source GIMP.

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