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Old 01-22-2008, 02:09 PM   #12
Robin Springall
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Maybe it's partly to do with arrogance: big-shot OS manufacturer decides to move the goalposts, and expects program makers to rework everything at the drop of a hat. Adobe, a big-shot program maker, says stuff that for a game of soldiers, we'll damn well do it when we're good and ready thank you. And the likes of us on the DTP forum have to fork out and lump it

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