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Hey what are some macromedia and adobe alternatives for OS X (i know gimp can replace photoshop somewhat) but that's the onyl one i know.

Adobe i'm interested in the adobve suite stuff adn macromedia dreamweaver and flash (can't think of any other i use).
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Does Anybody have any ideas?
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I think Corel also has a suite program, however I think it's more illustration and painting. You could look into that. Not sure on the pricing though.
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