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Old 11-02-2007, 01:57 PM   #4
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Of particular interest to members of this forum are announcements that several major apps are at least partially broken under Leopard, so be warned. These include some of the Adobe CS3 apps (After Effects, Premiere--to be fixed in December; and Acrobat--to be fixed in "late January") as well as Aperture and FileMaker Pro 9.

And of course, these companies state that any incompatibilities that turn up with earlier products (CS2, FMP 8.x) will NOT be fixed.
Thanks for the heads-up. I have critical work to do in FileMaker Pro 8.5 (which will have a compatibility upgrade in December) and Acrobat 8, so my copy of Leopard will stay in its box until FMPro at least is fixed.

   
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