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Ever been curious about the work that goes into creating a new version of Photoshop, especially one with as many changes as CS6? Adobe is celebrating five million Facebook fans with a peek behind the scenes.
Adobe's Photoshop.com Blog has announced it has now crossed the five million fans mark on its Facebook page, and to celebrate the company is presenting a video that chronicles, the blood, sweat, tears and yes, beers that went into creating Photoshop CS6.
"What better way to celebrate our loyal Fans than to compile some lesser-known facts about the production of Photoshop CS6," the blog post reads. "How many user-suggested features were added? How many lines of code did it take to finish the program? And perhaps most important of all, how many cases of beer were consumed during production?"
You'll want to check out the full video embedded below to get all the details (it's only a minute long), but in case you're the type who wants to cut to the chase: Photoshop CS6 added 65 new features requested by users, has 4.5 million lines of code and the engineers consumed 601 cases of beer during production.
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