Thursday, August 12, 2010

How to add fonts to Photoshop?

  • \First download the font you need from anywhere and i suggest its fast and direct and have a lot of  fonts collections to choose of..
  • second copy the font you want and paste it in that directory c:\program files\common files\adobe\fonts

  • Third restart Photoshop and your done...!

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Fixing the Adobe Creative Suite 4 “Licensing for this product has expired” in Windows

Sso you installed Adobe Creative Suite Master Collection or any of its other applications, and now you can’t even open up any of these programs. You’re probably receiving the now semi-infamous “Licensing for this product has expired” pop up error.

This error will more than likely affect the use of the following programs:
  • Adobe InDesign CS4
  • Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended
  • Adobe Illustrator CS4
  • Adobe Flash CS4 Professional
  • Adobe Dreamweaver CS4
  • Adobe Fireworks CS4
  • Adobe Contribute CS4
  • Adobe After Effects CS4
  • Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
  • Adobe Soundbooth CS4
  • Adobe OnLocation CS4
  • Adobe Encore CS4
Don’t worry, because some guys over at who knows where got the fix that will save you many hours of headaches. The problem lies within the “amtlib.dll” file in each of the CS4 application directories. However, downloading a simple fix and updating each of the files with a newer one can solve this problem.

Step 1:

Download the following file:
Step 2:
Run the “crack.bat” file and allow for the file to be copied over to all the directories. This should fix all your problems.

If the above two steps didn’t work, try the following:

Step 3:

Search for: “amtlib.dll” in the Adobe folder C:\Program Files\Adobe\.

Step 4:

Replace all the “amtlib.dll” files in each of the Adobe folders with the file in the downloaded fix.

Only do the following steps if the previous steps didn’t work for you.

Step 5:

Go to C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc, open the “hosts” file there with Notepad.

Step 6:

Add the following lines at the end of the file: localhost
::1 localhost

Step 7:

Go to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Adobe PCD\cache
and delete the file “cache.DB”

Step 8:

Enter a new serial number for the applications and open up any Adobe Creative Suite program.
Now everything should be working fine