Snit wrote:
> Sandman stated in post [email protected] on
> 8/27/09 12:52 AM:
>
>> In article
>> <[email protected]>,
>> Lloyd Parsons <[email protected]> wrote:
>>
>>> In article <h742fm$2oj2$[email protected]>,
>>> Tom Mixmaster <[email protected]> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Of the Macintosh apps than have been tested on the gold master of
>>>> OS X v.10.6 as of Wednesday morning, more than 60 either don't
>>>> work or have major problems, according to snowleopard.wikidot.com,
>>>> a collaborative project that is collating independent test results.
>>>>
>>>> Most of the major productivity apps < Microsoft (MSFT) Office 2008,
>>>> Adobe (ADBE) CS4 Suite and QuarkXPress < are OK.
>>>>
>>>> But there are some big exceptions, including Adobe Photoshop
>>>> Elements (No. 6 on Amazon's Mac bestseller list) and Google Gears,
>>>> a Web browser extension that allows offline access to a number of
>>>> popular online applications.
>>>>
>>>> And users of early versions of some important programs < Parallels
>>>> version 3.0, for example, or Adobe CS2 < will find they need to
>>>> update their software.
>>>>
>>>> Among the apps on our hard drive known to have problems with Snow
>>>> Leopard are Boxee, Reunion, Times Reader and Vuze. Many more,
>>>> including TurboTax and SlingPlayer, are not listed as tested.
>>>>
>>>> http://brainstormtech.blogs.fortune....opard-warning-
>>>> yo
>>>> ur-apps-may-crash/
>>>
>>> I thought Adobe had already said that their stuff was fine with
>>> 10.6.

>>
>> Yeah;
>>
>> "Most of the major productivity apps [...] Adobe CS4 Suite [...]
>> are OK."
>>
>> But also:
>>
>> "And users of early versions of some important programs [...]
>> Adobe CS2 - will find they need to update their software."
>>
>> So, CS2 doesn't work, but CS4 does
>>
>>
>>

> And CS3 seems to as well (at least Photoshop).
>
> <http://blogs.adobe.com/jnack/2009/08/pscs3_on_snowleopard.html>
> -----
> It turns out that the Photoshop team has tested Photoshop CS3
> on Snow Leopard, and to the best of our knowledge, PS CS3
> works fine on Snow Leopard.
>
> Here are the remaining open issues we know about:
> 1. The blue highlight ring around PS windows displayed by
> Exposť is too heavy.
> 2. When using arrow keys to nudge the values in text
> fields up and down, the values now change more slowly on
> a Japanese OS.
> -----


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