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Old 03-09-2005, 01:51 PM   #1
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Default Adobe time capsule from 1991

I found a copy of a newsletter called X-Change from Adobe announcing formation of the Adobe Technology Exchange, aimed at output service bureaus and other users of Adobe PostScript and software.

Eight chapters existed at the time, not including the one in New York. Of the representatives listed, we find a few familiar names, including JR Harmon, Scott Leyes, and David Blatner.

Adobe had just released Premiere (version 1?) and Photoshop 2.0.1 (both Mac-only). Photoshop was said to be fully compatible with Apple’s “new Quadra series of computers.” Photoshop shipped with Adobe Type Manager 2.0.3 (way before there was any ATM Deluxe).

Nothing important here, but we have come quite a ways since then.

Does the ATX still exist?

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