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Old 02-14-2005, 12:49 PM   #1
terrie
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Default Adobe Proxy "magazine"

I just received an email from Adobe about Proxy which is apparently Adobe's new pdf "magazine"...it's really rather odd becuase when you click on the link, it appears to be opening a pdf but none of the pdf Reader options are available--like Zoom...

Personally, I think the layout and design appears to have been done by kindergarteners as it's both chaotic and much of it is unreadable since the Zoom tool appears to be missing and they use odd color combinations that don't enhance readability...

Basically...it's pretty ghastly...

You can judge for yourself:

1st Issue:
http://www.adobe.com/special/magazin...1_number_1.pdf

2nd Issue (even worse than the first issue):
http://www.adobe.com/special/magazin...1_number_2.pdf

Terrie

PS..if you would like to subscribe (not sure if it's free...it should be as it's so ugly), see:

http://www.adobeproxy.com/
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