I purchased a 2010 imac with Snow Leopard on it last year. Recently I zero erased HD, re-installed Snow Leopard, and used migration assistant to move all programs and files from an older dual-core imac running Leopard, to the newer iMac running Snow Leopard. Everything copied successfully, (with the exception of a firewire network warning) and I started up the newer iMac with everything seeming to be running fine, no crashes, etc. I had cs2 on the old imac and a bunch of stuff made on it in Indesign. After relinking some files, everything seems OK there on the new iMac. I have a template up, and am typing text into a text box. After typing, I change to the cursor arrow or any other tool, and all the text in the box where I typed disappears until I double-click back inside the box to bring up the text tool again. Is this merely a glitch between Snow Leopard and Leopard that will only be resolved by upgrading CS2 to CS5 Indesign, or is there some other setting I can change to remedy that malady? The change from Leopard to Snow Leopard would seem to be the only variable. Any advice from the very knowledgable folks here at MacRumors appreciated.