OS X Lion breaks Adobe products including Photoshop, Flash

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  1. guest

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    Read more: http://www.neowin.net/news/os-x-lion-breaks-adobe-products-including-photoshop-flash
     
  2. J_L

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    I'm sure Apple f@nboys won't mind.
     
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    Oh dear, maybe I'll go Ubuntu instead of Mac for my next laptop after all LOL!
     
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    Re: Known Issues with Adobe products on Mac OS 10.7 Lion

    Similar but sourced from third party sites, the information I posted is sourced from an Adobe Support article.

     
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    Re: Known Issues with Adobe products on Mac OS 10.7 Lion

    Why not merge the 2 threads then?
     
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    Saves tons of money and gives you better resource usage, customizability, compatibility, and security.
     
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    Be brave. Play with the Live CD for a while. I'm sure you can do it.
     
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    Yes, I'll have to have another look at it.
     
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    Why the hell would you move to Ubuntu because of Adobe problems on OSX? O_O

    Out of the kitchen and straight into the depths of hell.
     
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    How is that? I moved from MS Windows to Mint 11 without requiring a flame-retardant suit.
     
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    Try using photoshop on Linux? lol If you leave OSX because it lacks support for Adobe than Linux is the wrong OS for you. Flash has had tons of issues in the past with Linux (it's finally changing) and there aren't even ports of other Adobe products at all.
     
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    Adobe in 64 bit Ubuntu always gave me problems with youtube/embedded videos. I hope Apple can fix this Lion problem.
     
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    Use GIMP or Wine if you have to. Linux supports Flash. The past isn't the present and there are alternatives.
     
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    Wine for a heavy program like Photoshop? Ehhhh I'll pass.

    Of course it does. But that doesn't mean there aren't more issues for Flash on linux than Windows and OSX. Historically there have always been more issues with Flash on linux, that's changing but it isn't changed yet.
     
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    I meant a different meaning of support, as in approve of. What do you mean by your last point?
     
  19. Hungry Man

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    I mean that Flash support for Linux has improved in recent times but it's still often flat out broken and often as issues. 10 has helped a lot.
     
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