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Adobe recently updated Photoshop and Illustrator with something called HiDPI Support. And now, that's also come to InDesign as well, but what does it mean? Well, HiDPI is a fancy acronym for High Resolution or Retina Displays like the ones that you find in Apple's Retina Macbook Pro, Samsung Series 9 Ultrabook, and many other devices that are starting to come to market today. And while high resoultion desplays are still in their infancy, Adobe is making a big push to have all of their applications ready for this new frontier of creative work. Basically, by ensuring that their software is HiDPI compliant, Adobe is creating software that will look it's best on any screen, at any resolution. Thus, making it easier for us to find the tools that we need and hopefully eliminating eye strain as well.
Consider it more of a public service than anything else. But if you have a high resolution monitor or a laptop with a retina display, you'll definitely be able to appreciate this one.
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