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My Adobe Suite on the Retina screen is pixelated. What should I do?


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The Adobe Suite on the Macbook Pro Retina screen is pixelated. What should I do?
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Don't use Adobe - but, I'd venture to guess you're going to have to provide more info than that if you want any sort of educated response.

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Don't use Adobe - but, I'd venture to guess you're going to have to provide more info than that if you want any sort of educated response.
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You don't. If you've figured it out, just post back that you've got it taken care of &/or let us know what the problem was and the solution for others that may run into the same thing. You won't be the first, nor the last, whatever the issue was.

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For the record, the answer is "wait for Adobe to update the app you're using for Retina screens." They'll get to it ...
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First of all, which version of the Adobe Suite (cause if its an older version, it won't be updated for retina, but if its a newer version, they'll get to it eventually)?

That aside, what you can do is right click the app and select "Get Info". On the screen that pops up there should be an option to "Open in Low Resolution". This will basically smooth out the pixelated graphics for retina display.
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