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    Hi,
    I'm new here and realatively new to the Mac enviroment. I also recently purchased CS3 and installed. I have also just bought "Leopard" but have not installed yet, as I am presently enrolled in a graphic design class and do not want to have to deal with any potential problems or conflicts while working on class projects.
    I would love to hear from anyone who has loaded both "leapord" and CS3 and hear about your experiences, IE: problems, conflicts....ETC.
    You can privately message me if you wish.
    Thank You,
    And Good Luck
    Ephriam

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    I am runing CS3 in Leopard without any problems. It works realy smooth. I used it in Tiger and now in Leopard I don't see any exceptions too. You can use CS3 in Leopard boldly.

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    You may have a problem if you install CS3 on a fresh Leopard install. If you install it on Tiger, then upgrade, you should be OK.
    Blog and Photo Gallery: http://philolin.me/

    Currently running OS X 10.10

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    ok... what if you did a simple upgrade to Leopard and then installed CS3... ?? Will it still CS3 install properly??

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    maybe. It seems to have a problem installing when Safari 3 is on the computer. I can't say if it will or will not work. It might.
    Blog and Photo Gallery: http://philolin.me/

    Currently running OS X 10.10

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    Well, It sounds like the over all verdict is that "Leapord" and Adobe CS3 merge well. I'm still going to wait to download "leapord" as I'm still behind in my class, and they still use CS2....at school.
    From what I can tell, The "leapord" might not be that much different from the AdobeCS3 "Bridge". Weird to me!.....You look and see.
    Ephriam

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    why do you keep typing Leopard, "leopard"? Anyways. The biggest problems with the CS3 suite has been with Acrobat, Premier, and After effects.

    The other design apps have been reported to be working just fine, it's just a couple applications from the adobe suite that is having some conflict issues.

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    why do you keep typing Leopard, "leopard"?
    personal preference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretch View Post
    You may have a problem if you install CS3 on a fresh Leopard install. If you install it on Tiger, then upgrade, you should be OK.
    I did a clean install and I have no problems with CS3.

    The only issue I have noticed is that Adobe Acrobat Professional doesn't work 100% but Adobe stated that on their web site. The update to fix the issue will be posted in December or January.
    MacBook Pro | 2.33 GHz 3 GB Ram 200 GB HD | Best Choice Ever For A Laptop | 8 GB iPod Touch

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    I keep calling Leopard, Leapord because I'm really bad speller. Use "spell check" when I can but haven't found it here yet. SORRY!
    Thanks for all the in put folks!
    Still think I'll wait till my class is over to upgrade, knowing my luck. If there's a "glich" to be found....I'll find it.
    Also I'd like to get an external hard drive back up, before I start.
    Already had some problems with loading CS3 with OSX "tigar" but that was due to conflicts with expired trial versions of photoshop and Illustrator.
    The list goes on. Kodak software update screwed up all my pictures as well. etc.etc.etc.
    Thanks agian All.
    (for boosting my confidance about Leopard)
    WBTC (Way Behind The Curve)
    Ephriam

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    OMG...you spelleded TIGER "tigar"....!!!!

    What's next...??? Windoze...???

    Welcome to the Forum...I'm also new...Some "interesting" personalities here...

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    I installed it on a fresh Leopard install with no problem (brand new iMac).... At school, they have it installed on Windows machines and I transport files between there and home with no compatibility issues

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    I've only had problems with Dreamweaver. It crashes at the drop of a hat.

    I've yet to try a reinstall though...

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    "dys-plectic" anyone?

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