June 15, 2010
Snow Leopard update fixes CS3 problem
When Mac OS 10.6.3 was released, we identified a problem that could cause Adobe CS3 apps to fail to launch. A change in 10.6.3 meant that a small number of customers who’d had hardware replaced and whose system serial numbers didn’t get set correctly after the repair could no longer launch CS3 apps. We worked with Apple to identify the problem and get the fix, and it’s now available in the 10.6.4 update.
Speaking of 10.6.4, it includes an older version of the Adobe Flash Player. Adobe recommends users update to the latest, most secure version of Flash Player (10.1.53.64). After running the 10.6.4 update, you can verify the Flash Player version number by checking the About Flash Player page, or by right-clicking SWF and choosing “About Adobe Flash Player.”
Flash + Android = Gas pedal
Heh–a little hacking fun from Grant Skinner:
Check out Grant’s blog for more details if interested.
CS5 Summit in NYC next week
Next Friday (June 25th) from 4:30-7:30 pm, Scott Kelby & crew will be joining Adobe folks for a free Photoshop CS5 Summit:
You’ll see exactly how Scott, Matt, Dave, RC, and Corey (NAPP’s own Photoshop team) plug the amazing new features of CS5 right into their daily Photoshop workflow. Plus, you’ll be able to meet one-on-one with Adobe’s own Photoshop and Lightroom product managers (Bryan Hughes, and Tom Hogarty) and get your questions answered direct from the source.
We’ll have drawings for some very cool giveaways, including versions of Photoshop CS5, Lightroom 3, tickets to the Photoshop World Conference, and much more. You’ll have a blast, you’ll learn a lot, and best of all – it’s all free! But it doesn’t happen if you’re not there!
Check out the event page for sign-up & location details.