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hi,

Has any of you tried flash cs4 on mac, is this any better/faster than cs3,

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It's a world of difference. This is a historical update, like the one from 5 to mx was. Do the trial and find out yourself.
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Yeah there are loads of changes this time around.

Some really neat things especially if you animate on the time line.
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