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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by shogokuma, Jun 4, 2007.
the guy at compusmart told me no so i didnt buy it was he wrong?
Yes, it runs on the MacBook. CS2 in emulation, CS3 for native.
yes he was wrong. you can run it without a problem.
Photoshop CS3 will run without a problem, older versions wouldn't work so well since they're going to run through Rosetta.
oh and be sure its the Mac version too.
sweert i have cs3 so nice
Yes, it runs all right on my 2.0GHz CD Macbook with 1GB RAM, but 2GB RAM with a C2D processor would be much smoother
Looks like you've got your answer, but I'll pipe in too. I haven't had any trouble running the whole CS3 web premium suite on my Macbook (C2D).
Are you sure you weren't at compudumb instead?
Runs fine on my macbook 2ghz core duo with 512MB.
Runs fantastic on my C2D Blackbook.
*adds an anonymous CompuSmart employee to his List of People to Beat to Death With a Brick*
Even though I am considering changing that to a bottle after seeing Pan's Labyrinth last night.
Runs great on my CD MacBook with 2GB. Sometimes takes a bit time to load (although much faster than CS2) but once it's open, it's works fine.
I hope you didn't buy your PS from Compusmart.
The misconception might be based on the relatively weak integrated graphics.
Photoshop is processor-based and runs fine on any current Mac as long as it's CS3.
Even with the integrated graphics issue, with enough physical ram, it works just fine - maybe a hair slower than a machine with dedicated graphics.
the point he was making is that a it doesn't matter if you have integrated graphics or a dedicated chip, since it doesn't make use of it.
Talk about misinformed staff. That's brutal!
Glad you got your answer here!!!
I have a CD macbook with 2 gigs of RAM and can run CS2 just fine. Its slow, but it gets the job done. I imagine the native CS3 version would run extremely well.
I run CS3 on my powerbook g4 1.67
It runs fine.