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    Can leopard "C" the CS3
    I have heard that leopard was unable to run the CS3 programs (photoshop and illustrator in particular). Is this true??

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    I heard that they run but that you may run in to some small issues.
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    Adobe's compatibility document for Leopard.

    http://www.adobe.com/support/product...ardsupport.pdf
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    I run photoshop, dreamweaver and flash and i have only noticed one minor issue and this is relating to the startup menus in dreamweaver and flash, basically when connected to the internet these menus take ages to appear but you can just disable then anyway.

    Once these are disabled I've found the CS3 suite to run perfectly.

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    CS3 design suite installed fine and runs sweet as a nut for me.
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    Everything runs fine for me. I don't use Illustrator though and I heard there was some issues with that. I do know that my Ailen Skin plugins for Photoshop are not compatible yet. They said they will have an update by next week sometime though. In fact they maybe already out.

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    I have been using both on Leopard since I got it. Illustrator is fine for me. Photoshop is kinda weird sometimes, and I have to restart the program, and then it goes away for a while. the rest of CS3 doesn't seem to have a problem at all.

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    My wife's Photoshop is buggy. It crashes randomly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac747 View Post
    My wife's Photoshop is buggy. It crashes randomly.

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    That's exactly what I'm talking about. It crashes randomly, and the mouse becomes weird and I can't move it until I close Photoshop.

    However, I also started on a video project in Premiere, and the audio and video sync are completely messed up when I capture it. WTF? I hope Adobe gets that update out fast.

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    I was working with Photoshop for several hours last night and had no issues. If fact what is described above is what use to happen in CS. Since I installed CS3 it's all been fine.


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    I use photoshop constantly and haven't had one crash since installing leopard other than aperture which gives up the ghost regularly!
    Experienced computer user, applications programmer and component level service engineer but came to the Apple platform with intro of intel!. Pro-photographer and director of electronics company.

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    I've used Photoshop CS3 for days on my mac book with Leopard and not had a single issue, runs great.

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    24" IMAC ALU, 2.8GHZ, 4GB ram, 750gb HD, Leopard OSX.
    My opinion is that CS3 runs with less issues on Leopard.

    Been using it for a week every day and no problems and seems to run easier..

    Leopard is faster and better than Tiger in my humble opinion.

    Issues may arise in the future but so far so good.

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    Acrobat Professional in the CS3 suites does not work on Leopard. The PDF printer fails to print and work in general. That is the only issue I have noticed.
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