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Old 04-26-2005, 08:06 AM   #3
Cristen Gillespie
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> However, the acquisition of Fireworks in the Macromedia deal may change things, since Fireworks is a more robust program than ImageReady.

That whole mix should be interesting to watch, assuming it gets past the legal hurdles. From comments I've read over the past few years, people *want* IR incorporated into PS, and my guess is they'll continue to go ahead with it. Or maybe they'll incorporate a lot of web into PS, but maintain a separate web-only program (ReadyFire?) for people who do web and don't want PS. It could be very interesting, and I'll bet even Adobe doesn't know yet what they'll do with all of this.

   
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