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Tuesday, 18 September 2007 20:52

Adobe software not ready for Macs

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Adobe has admitted that its latest batch of Photoshop, Illustrator and other Creative Suite 3 programs have not been fully tested with the coming version of Apple OSX.Leopard is due out next month. One of its biggest target markets are the creative artist and publishing companies.

However Adobe Chief Executive Bruce Chizen told Reuters in an interview said that CS3 hasn't fully been tested under Leopard.

If it doesn't work, Adobe will make the necessary adjustments later he said.Part of the reason is that Apple has not bothered to send the company a final copy of Leopard with which to do the testing.

Apple delayed the release of Leopard because it was too busy with the iPhone release.





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