Adobe Photoshop CS2 Easter Egg - A "conversation" found in Photoshop.dll

1. Go to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS2 (or wherever you put Photoshop)

2. Open Photoshop.dll (right-click> Open With...> Choose Program...> Notepad).

4. Scroll down untill you see a lot of s p a c e d - o u t text.

5. Read what you see (I'll give you a dollar if you can read all of it) until you reach " E N D = * * * * * E N D * * * * * "


This may (and I mean may) be accessible through Photoshop itself. From what I think, this can be accessible through the About Photoshop area, but there may be some other way...

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Contributed By: usedHONDA on 04-02-2007
Reviewed By: racedogg2, dicai
Special Requirements: A copy of CS2 for XP
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dttvb writes:
It is the data of the following easter egg: http://www.eeggs.com/items/23.html Its data is likely to be escaped, and it goes like this: ($$$/private/Witticisms/0000=Photoshop... -$$$/private/Witticisms/0001=In managed color! ($$$ ....... Each character is seperated by a NUL, and notepad reads it and displays it as a space. That's why you see everything in a space. The way to read this is to go to Help => About Photoshop and click above the word copyright once. Wait until the credit scroll (press alt to speed it up), and watch it. By using a software it can make the thing human readable. Here is an example of the output: http://dttvb.yi.org/photoshop.txt Read more about it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adobe_Transient_Witticisms
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Arvoitusmies writes:
In PS CS3 if you scroll down the credits in the about window you'll see the following message: "The persons and pixels depicted in this product are fictitious. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental." By the way you can speed up the credits roll with alt-key and make it even faster while pressing shift in addition to the alt-key...
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