First off, please except my apologies, it seems when I logged on this morning I was rudely awakened by 33 e-mail failures, all of which I did not send. I've never, ever experienced anything like this before. Not sure where to start, I'm assuming I have a bug, which I'm loaded with virus security, so I'm not sure how it got in. Thought I would post this for all to read, again I apologize for any inconvenience.
I shall run a scan with Norton and check with Yahoo mail ........ what fun today brings!
*** UPDATE ***
First of all, I'd like to thank those who have responded with help, deeply appreciated. Secondly, I can't express my apologies enough, I'm truly sorry for any inconvenience.
I've changed my password with ATT/ my e-mail provider, hopefully this does the trick.
I'm not sure what and how I was infected, but my computer seems okay, and the only thing I did out of the ordinary yesterday, was I went to the Vimeo video site and watched some Photoshop CS5 tutorials, not sure if that's the culprit or not, but to be safe, I will not return anytime soon.
I'm understandingly getting so many e-mail responses my head hurts, and if you by any chance get further strange e-mails supposedly from me, please let me know, thanks.
Again, please do not follow any links within the supposedly e-mails sent from me, just to be safe!
Again, I'm so sorry.
***** CHANGING MY E-MAIL PASSWORD SEEMS TO HAVE WORKED AND THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE RECEIVED AN E-MAIL FROM ME SHOULD BE FINE, BUT JUST TO BE EXTRA CAUTIOUS, DELETE THE E-MAIL IMMEDIATELY *****
October Square Set contains twenty four textures/backgrounds of various colors and designs. Each texture/background measures 2400 X 2400 pixels in size, which can be stretched to fit images other than square. Hope these can be of some use.
I finally decided to upgrade from Adobe Photoshop CS3 to CS5, seems the price was right but the experience from placing my order to the actual download was a nightmare from hell.
First off, when placing my order, which I've ordered from the Adobe store before, and so my prior information was already in place, and all was correct from a prior order, but it seems my info was incorrect, it kept sending me back to the billing page, numerous times.
So after numerous attempts and countless expletive outburst I decided to get assistance via chat, ain't this a hoot!
First suggestion, try doing it all again, "priceless information" but as a good little soldier, I decided to follow along, three times no luck, but right before the forth attempt and my head was about to explode .............it finally decided to work,F@#k me!
Now, off we go to PayPal for to purchase, all seems okay now, click to log in, and I'm sent back to Adobe billing page, about now I could bite the head off a chicken.
Ring, ring, assistance once more, again I have to explain my ordeal, hoping for a quick and easy solution, crossing my fingers and almost on the verge of praying before I see the words typed from assistance, please try again.
After more expletives and contemplating reasons to purchase a fire arm I decided to play along,again.
Eureka, finally my Paypal purchase went through and was sent back to Adobe store for download. I'm thinking, finally, what possibly could go wrong now? Quickly I found out, it seems Adobe has a certain downloader called Akamai. It doesn't work, sets there rotating in my browser, actually blinking. Now I try the alternative download, and after a slow start it downloads the instructions on what to do before downloading. I save to desktop, click on the downloaded PDF Install Instructions to read, here's where I feel the rage that the zombies felt in the movie "28 Days Later," I read " Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Navod k instalaci pri elektronickem nakupu ..............WTF!
I need a relaxer, so I go for a cup of coffee, third cup actually. Now I decide to investigate, so I scan down the 30 page PDF, yes, there on page seven I come across "Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Electronic Purchase Installation Instructions" I'm sure a smile came across my face before the question rushing forward in my head, what in hell is 5.5?
Finally I decide I have to manually download the zipped files, heh, no problem! Wrong, it seems Adobe downloads are slower than snail mail, something of this size I've downloaded many times and a lot, lot quicker, it takes 48 minutes to finally download. The cups of coffee has turned into a cold beer, early yes, but it's a must have calming agent at the moment.
Finally I unzip, install, update and back up on disc, what a slow and painful adventure it's been.
I now haave Photoshop 7 ~ CS3 Cs5.5 and Elements 10 installed, oink oink oink!
Curious as to how many Photoshop versions you have installed?
October Desktop Calendar is a photo I took at a roadside farmers market just down the road from my home. For those who may be interested in downloading, I put all screen resolutions in one file for downloading, sizes included are: