Adobe has allways somthing new for designers in every new version. here are some notes about the 2017 version qouted from photoshop section on adobe website:
The 2017 releases of Photoshop CC (November 2016 and December 2016) roll out exciting new features for designers and digital photographers. Read on for a quick introduction to these features and links to resources offering more information.
New in Photoshop CC (November 2016)
Photoshop now features powerful search functionality that lets you search across UI elements, documents, Help & learning content, inspiring Stock assets, and much more—all from within a unified dialog. You can search for items right after launching Photoshop or when one or more documents are open.
To begin searching, do any of the following in Photoshop:
Select Edit > Search.
Use the Cmd/Ctrl+F keyboard shortcut.
Click the Search icon (search) in the right extremity of the Options bar, to the left of the Workspace Switcher icon.
For more information, see Photoshop search.
Photoshop now supports Touch Bar, the multitouch display at the top of the new MacBook Pro keyboard. Touch Bar support in Photoshop is currently a technology preview feature.
Default Touch Bar interface
A. Photoshop controls B. macOS system controls (Control Strip and Esc)
You can use the Touch Bar with Photoshop in one of the three available modes:
Default mode; lets you work with Layer properties and related functions
Lets you work with Brush and paint properties
Customizable mode to which you can add your favorite controls
Additionally, several context-specific operations become available depending on what you're working on in Photoshop.
When a modal tool, such as Text or Transform is active, the Touch Bar displays OK and Cancel.
When the Select & Mask taskspace is active, the Touch Bar displays controls related to making selections.
For details, see Use the Touch Bar with Photoshop.
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