Adobe: CS4 Exhibits Minor Snow Leopard Issues

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Adobe Photoshop product manager (and frequent blogger) John Nack recently updated his blog with details on compatibility issues between Adobe's Creative Suite 4 package and Mac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard," which ships Friday. "

"As for CS4, everything is good with the exception of auto-updates to Flash panels (which I guarantee you're not using*) and Adobe Drive/Version Cue (which doesn't work at the moment on 10.6)," Nack wrote.

Nack noted that Adobe Creative Suite 3 and earlier have not been tested for Snow Leopard compatibility, however. In response to an upswell of comments about that remark, Nack later updated his blog with more information:

"No one said anything about CS3 being "not supported" on Snow Leopard. The plan, however, is not to take resources away from other efforts (e.g. porting Photoshop to Cocoa) in order to modify 2.5-year-old software in response to changes Apple makes in the OS foundation," wrote Nack.

This story, "Adobe: CS4 Exhibits Minor Snow Leopard Issues" was originally published by Macworld.

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