Adobe Indesign Cs3 V. 5 Complete Package For Mac

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Sep 29, 2017 - Adobe says its engineers are working on a complete solution for a future Illustrator CC update. Illustrator and InDesign have not been updated for High Sierra. Operating system version on day one, and then there's no problem? Developer's have 3 months to test and get the software ready and its.

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A word about CS3 and support I was wondering the same thing about CS3 compatibility with Lion and based on an experience I had a couple of days ago with Adobe I thought I would throw this word of caution out. If you do have problems with CS3 on Lion, or Snow Leopard, for that matter, your support from Adobe will most likely be limited to their written online support database. CS3 suddenly stopped working on my iMac b/c of a licensing error over the weekend. I searched the forums and tried every possible posted solution by Adobe and others to resolve the problem and now I can't reinstall CS3 so I'm having to work off my laptop. I chatted with an Adobe rep and after about 10 minutes was told that I would need to refer to their written support on the website and that they no longer offer phone support b/c it's old software. I told the rep that I also download PS 5.1 to try out to see if I want to upgrade and I also can't install it so the CS3 problem seems to be affecting this also. I was told by the Adobe rep to buy the full version of PS 5 and then get back to them if it doesn't work.

This is what outsourcing does for loyal customers! In other words, Adobe told me it's time I pay them some more $ and upgrade to CS5. It goes without saying that I was very upset about this but this is just the way Adobe is now.

So I guess what I'm saying is if you're unsure of whether CS3 is compatible with Lion wait until you're sure unless you're prepared to upgrade. Installation works fine (but, as always, takes ages to complete) - Updating works except for Illustrator, since someone at Adobe thought it would be a great idea to use a PowerPC-only patching application - The license agreement screen looks funny and you can't see the buttons until you scroll the window contents I haven't really used it yet, so I assume there are more problems waiting. If you rely on CS3 for daily work, I would definitely wait before upgrading.

Also, I wouldn't count on Adobe releasing an update, or at least fixing the broken Illustrator update. Back when Snow Leopard was released (less than a year after I bought CS3, which is still the single most expensive piece of software I own) and a few problems showed up, Adobe didn't care either. CS thru CS2 Does not work with LION CS thru CS2 Does not work with LION. After installation, none of my Adobe programs work with LION because of Power PC elements.

Adobe Indesign Cs3 V. 5 Complete Package For Mac Free

This includes the entire creative suite and Acrobat. These are the most expensive programs I own. The older versions work fine for my uses. I don't want or need to buy them again since they are too old for an upgrade. After the scab tore off my ulcer, I called Apple. I have Apple Care. When I explained what happened, they set an appointment for me within two hours at my local Apple Store to restore Snow Leopard on my MacBook Pro.

Apple could not have been more understanding or helpful. I'm leaving for the store now. When will I learn NEVER to install a new operating system until I research the issues surrounding it? On the other hand, what I did learn was to have Apple Care, backup with Time Machine and not hesitate to call Apple for help. Installation works fine (but, as always, takes ages to complete) - Updating works except for Illustrator, since someone at Adobe thought it would be a great idea to use a PowerPC-only patching application - The license agreement screen looks funny and you can't see the buttons until you scroll the window contents I haven't really used it yet, so I assume there are more problems waiting. If you rely on CS3 for daily work, I would definitely wait before upgrading.

Also, I wouldn't count on Adobe releasing an update, or at least fixing the broken Illustrator update. Back when Snow Leopard was released (less than a year after I bought CS3, which is still the single most expensive piece of software I own) and a few problems showed up, Adobe didn't care either.

Adobe Indesign Cs3 V. 5 Complete Package For Mac

CS3 is working fine for me under Lion. Just upgraded last Wed. After Lion upgrade (rather than clean/complete install), I clicked on my shortcut to Adobe Illustrator/CS3, and a dialog box opened saying I needed a Java runtime component - which had a link to install.

It installed, then Illustrator opened fine. I haven't run into any problems with Photoshop or Illustrator. I haven't tried any of the other CS3 apps. System info: 2.66 GHz Intel Core i7 8GB 1067 MHz DDR3 OSX 10.7.2.