Adobe CS3 Software and The Spotty Kitty

dave@toastmedia

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Anyone having trouble with CS3 products and Leopard?.
If so what is happening with the install and usage.
 

irishgrizzly

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early reports from around the internets show no major hassle. I'd expect some minor gripes to pop up over the next few months.
 
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dave@toastmedia

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Aug 23, 2007
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Thanks mate, Im keen to upgrade but I cant afford any down time on the fastest machine so Ill wait a little longer ;)
 
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JasonElise1983

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Between a rock and a midget
I upgraded yesterday at noon (FedEx kicks ass), and i've tested out ever CS3 application i have with it so far. PS, AI, ID, FL, DW, BR, Acrobat....they all work flawlessly so far. Actually, they all run faster it seems. and it's way easier nowt hat i have each app set up in it's own space. Life is easy and uncluttered.

-JE
 
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anikgol

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did a clean install osx leopard and installed cs3-


Indesign wont open up. the rest work fine.


its bloody irritating that Indesign wont open up. any tips?
 
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Loge

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The Adobe 8.0 print driver is not working for me. The printer just pauses and shows the jobs as stopped.

The best I can do is to use the built in print to Postscript, and open the resulting file from Distiller and create the PDF there.
 
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supremedesigner

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did a clean install osx leopard and installed cs3-


Indesign wont open up. the rest work fine.


its bloody irritating that Indesign wont open up. any tips?
It bloody worked on mine. I did clean install (wiped my HD) and it worked fine.

only one problem - do NOT run Safari while installing CS3. Leave your mac alone until it's done. I assumed do not run anything at all while installing.
 
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