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so, what time is it out today for the UK?
I am literally ready to purchase NOT subscribe from CS4. I have to buy two versions...
We use indesign, illustrator, Photoshop and Fireworks for pretty much straightforward stuff... Do you think we should go design standard or premium?
Could this be the second one today?
What about Mac OS Lion (document versions, stability, etc)?
I guess so...
so... stupid question but does everyone pay the obligatory 49.99 a month? upgrading from 5 but can't run the trail.
Here's a deal for $29.99/ mo for the Student/ Teacher edition.
- used to be 19.99/moomg
- she's neither. she's a freelancer.ohhhhhsnap
- if she's done something mysterious ...i'll post it here.ohhhhhsnap
- shes probably claiming to be a studentomg
- So here it is, she upgraded from CS4 last August and got the deal. not a student or teacher.ohhhhhsnap
- can't get that deal today. ah well. thanks omgohhhhhsnap
and by tablet I'm taking about the "touch apps" they keep mentioning. Sorry I forget some on here need things spelled out in order for them to understand. So $59.99 for 2 computers but can't be used at the same time but you also get access to all the "Touch Apps" as well.
So these CS6 apps are 64 bit?
Why does Activity Monitor say 'Intel' and not 'Intel (64 bit)'?
just signed up yesterday, $50/mo? hell yeah! Adobe FINALLY has my moneys and will probably till the day I die, nice move Adobe.
The only reason I updated is because I'm sick of getting CC files I couldn't open in CS6.
I did some additional research regarding the need for an internet connection after reading this thread, and I believe that you will be able to download the standalone applications to run locally on your computer, but then you can also connect to the cloud for other stuff.
I'm not 100% positive though, as the details they posted are not very thorough at the moment.