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OS 10.4 - List of programs that work with Tiger


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I've got a bunch of programs that work fine with Panther but I'm thinking of upgrading to tiger and wanted to find out if I'll have to upgrade all of my programs.

Does anyone know of a list of program versions that would work with Tiger?

Some of my important programs are InDesign 2.0, PhotoShop 7, After Effects 6.0, GoLive 6, Final Cut Pro 4.5

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