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  • Eric Westby Level 4 Level 4 (1,800 points)
    LSF wrote:
    Apparently, CS2 apps will have problems running under Leopard, and Adobe won't be patching it to make it work.


    Actually, given that folks have been using them throughout the beta period and the past 48 hours of the official release with no reported issues, I'd wager CS2 apps will work fine -- it's just that Adobe isn't supporting them ... and they're trying to scare customers into upgrading to CS3.
  • J Cooch Lucchese Level 1 Level 1 (35 points)
    I installed Leopard on a G4 17" 1Ghz PowerBook. I haven't used my Adobe & Macromedia programs much but I was able to open all of them, create new files and open saved ones. Working well so far.

    Using CS2 & Studio 8.

    I figure I'll wait a week before installing on my main G5 Tower...just incase...lol.

    Cooch
  • tannyboy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    Photoshop CS seems to be running fine
    Illustrator CS - opened, had a quick tinker around - was okay

    Fireworks 6 - hangs if you try to be productive
    Flash 8 okay
  • Nikcoh Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    For all of you who replied that Photoshop CS2 is working with Leopard; does that include getting good prints? If so, with what printers?
  • Ben Butterworth Level 1 Level 1 (80 points)
    I've only had a problem with Photoshop CS3 Extended. When I quit the application I see the message "application quit unexpectedly" and have the option to report the incident to Apple. Snippet of which is below. I don't know whether to try to reinstall Photoshop - which is a little tricky I understand as it always states that it is already installed - or am I supposed to wait for an update? Trash my preferences etc?




    Process: Adobe Photoshop CS3 [361]
    Path: /Applications/Adobe Photoshop CS3/Adobe Photoshop CS3.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe Photoshop CS3
    Identifier: com.adobe.Photoshop
    Version: 10.0 (10.0x20070321 [20070321.m.1480 2007/03/21:16:39:00 cutoff; m branch]) (10.0)
    Code Type: X86 (Native)
    Parent Process: launchd [165]

    Date/Time: 2007-10-28 18:49:14.349 +0000
    OS Version: Mac OS X 10.5 (9A581)
    Report Version: 6

    Exception Type: EXCBADACCESS (SIGSEGV)
    Exception Codes: KERNINVALIDADDRESS at 0x00000000c0000023
    Crashed Thread: 0

    Thread 0 Crashed:
    0 libobjc.A.dylib 0x912da6e8 objc_msgSend + 24
    1 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x913a9ea7 CFArrayGetFirstIndexOfValue + 279
    2 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x913be7a5 __CFBundleDeallocate + 133
    3 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x9141a7c8 _CFRelease + 216
    4 ??? 0x1ae94288 0 + 451494536
    5 dyld 0x8fe12f03 ImageLoaderMachO::doTermination(ImageLoader::LinkContext const&) + 227
    6 dyld 0x8fe04f3b dyld::runTerminators(void*) + 155
    7 libSystem.B.dylib 0x91c0795c _cxafinalize + 241
    8 libSystem.B.dylib 0x91c07850 exit + 33
    9 com.adobe.Photoshop 0x00002fda 0x1000 + 8154
    10 com.adobe.Photoshop 0x00002ef9 0x1000 + 7929

    Thread 1:
    0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x91bdf8e6 machmsgtrap + 10
    1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x91be70dc mach_msg + 72
    2 ...ple.CoreServices.CarbonCore 0x91500993 TSexception_listenerthread + 155
    3 libSystem.B.dylib 0x91c10075 pthreadstart + 321
    4 libSystem.B.dylib 0x91c0ff32 thread_start + 34

    Thread 0 crashed with X86 Thread State (32-bit):
    eax: 0x1b169950 ebx: 0x9141b069 ecx: 0x912db8a4 edx: 0xc0000003
    edi: 0x1b169950 esi: 0x00000400 ebp: 0xbffff7f8 esp: 0xbffff7c8
    ss: 0x0000001f efl: 0x00010206 eip: 0x912da6e8 cs: 0x00000017
    ds: 0x0000001f es: 0x0000001f fs: 0x00000000 gs: 0x00000037
    cr2: 0xc0000023
  • icstars Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    I was running 10.4.10 and ran the upgrade option to Leopard yesterday. I thought this was the most likely way to retain CS2 functionality. From CS2 suite: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, GoLive, the Bridge, and Dreamweaver 8 all opened. Photoshop gave me a "couldn't synch color settings due to program error" warning, but it started up. I was able to create and save at least a cursory file in each of these programs. I'll do a little more work with photoshop, illustrator and indesign this week. I've kept my 10.4.10 bootable backup just in case....

    Another computer in my house is not working well with CS2 on Leopard, but we're trying again. That computer is a dual-G5 which got a full wipe-and-install. The CS2 installation CDs are, uh, problematic. Not that Adobe cares, but I'm less than impressed....I bought CS2 from them earlier this year and will be none too pleased if I have to upgrade so $$$oon. I mean, I already have to deal with very slow CS2 operation on my otherwise decent and well-loved laptop.

    By the way, neither of these Macs is Intel-based.

    The best advice anyone can give you is to make a bootable backup and verify it before you try to upgrade.

    Karen
  • David Jennings Level 1 Level 1 (20 points)
    Thanks for the update Karen. What sort of problems are you having with the Adobe installer ?

    Also can anyone confirm that Flash 8 is working ?

    Thanks
    David
  • sheldonc Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)
    Flash 8, Dreamweaver 8 is not working on my Mac for the time being.

    I think the difference may be between doing an "Upgrade" or and "Archive and install."

    In the upgrade, everything stays in place and Leopard just leaves it, whereas in the archive method, apparently not everything is moved.

    I did the "Archive and install" with apparently did not move the pref files and other Studio 8 files over.

    The "Upgrade" option may resolve this.
  • David Jennings Level 1 Level 1 (20 points)
    Presumably you should be able to just drag the app support files in system preferences across to the new folders
  • go-dons Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)
    Installed Leopard yesterday (upgrade). No problems except with Indesign CS3. Every attempt to open it leads to a crash.

    Have reverted to Indesign CS2, which seems to be working fine (have printed to an Epson RX620, to answer an earlier question).

    Could survive with InDesign CS2 if it was able to open all the documents that are presently InDesign CS3. It opens some with no difficulty, but for others it complains that it lacks the necessary plugins and recommends either upgrading my existing plugins or upgrading to the latest version of InDesign.

    I don't produce fantastically complicated Documents and don't use any 3rd party plugins. It's hard to see why some documents are opening fine while others can't. Any suggestions?
  • neptune2000 Level 3 Level 3 (670 points)
    George Wilson IV wrote:
    Can anyone confirm that these products install and work properly. I really want to upgrade but it's not an option if these programs don't work.


    CS3 is the ONLY Adobe supported product for Leopard. Adobe has a statement on their site that says that CS2 programs were not built for Leopard and will NOT be updated for it.
  • mac key Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)
    can't upload pages using passive ftp after i installed leopard. think it's a compatibility issue
  • Scott Weiser Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)
    Photoshop 7.0.1 won't even open, it crashes right away. Indesign 2.0.1 will start, but I don't know if it will work properly. ImageReady 7.0.1 won't open. Illustrator 10.0.3 opens but unknown if it functions.

    I'm now going to figure out how to go back to Tiger because I can't afford to upgrade all my software.

    This *****, $130 down the crapper.

    I'm really disappointed in Apple, it's acting more and more like Windoze all the time.
  • zigginl Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    I have done a clean install (erase & install) of Leopard on a MacBookPro (brand new) and tried to install Adobe CS3 - all options. It gives an error installing the most important ones (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Acrobat). Now I've already uninstalled the whole bunch, but maybe there's another sollution? re-install when it gives that error? Anybody got the same issues here? Thnx for you help,
    Benjamin
  • Gary Tate Level 1 Level 1 (75 points)
    Have sucessfully used both CS & CS2 versions of Photoshop and Illustrator, also Acrobat 6.0.2 professional on IMac G5, PB G4 and a G5 PM dual tower.