So it’s that time of year and it looks like Adobe got its holiday gift early. Macromedia

So it’s that time of year and it looks like Adobe got its holiday gift early. Macromedia

It’s been a rough ride for most but we will go into next year as a combined company. And since the dust is starting to settle (no snow in San Jose or San Francisco) we can start thinking about some new years resolutions.

Things you would like to see improve in our existing combined products, and maybe new products you would like to see.

But no need to limit it to that; after all I am a support engineer. Many of you guys have experienced forums and support service from both companies. We are going to need your input to help us continue with best of both worlds going forward.

Well I am off.

Happy Holidays, and see you next year!

3 Responses to So it’s that time of year and it looks like Adobe got its holiday gift early. Macromedia

  1. sal says:

    Nice to see is:See Illustrator export for Flash in rigth way;like in strokes etc.Thanks

  2. Ken says:

    Yes I would say proper round tripping is a strong desire for everyone in the company and in the field.

  3. Nathan says:

    It would be interesting to find out how FlashPaper and PDF are going to combine – or for that matter, what the combination of Acrobat Reader and Flash Player will lead to.