Known Issues with Adobe Products on Mac OS 10.7 Lion

Known Issues with Adobe Products on Mac OS 10.7 Lion

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Adobe has posted a support document outlining known issues with their products on Mac OS X Lion. If you use Adobe products heavily you may want to read through documents before upgrading to Lion.

Some of the main issues they highlight are:
● Apple has made the user Library folder hidden. Preferences, presets, and other user customization settings are stored within this Library folder.
● Java Runtime needs to be installed manually, otherwise applications may behave inconsistently
● Scrolling behavior opposite of expected
● Rosetta support no longer included with Lion. CS2 or earlier versions of Adobe products required Rosetta
● Lion has some exciting new features such as Autosave, Restore, Versioning, Full Screen Mode, and more multi-touch gestures. Since many of these features require new code in order to work properly, Adobe will investigate which ones make sense to our customers for inclusion in future versions of our products.
● Flash Player may cause higher CPU activity when playing a YouTube video. Possibly related to disabled hardware acceleration.

It's unclear why Adobe didn't address these issues during the months that Mac OS X Lion was available as a developer preview.

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Known Issues with Adobe Products on Mac OS 10.7 Lion

Kroo - July 21, 2011 at 9:57pm
Get off the grass Adobe, you bunch of fuckin pea brained idiots. Lion DPs have been out since February and you couldn't address these issues? Flash is an ancient POS. Since when should a web plugin have direct access to hardware excelleration anyway? Because it's 20 year old technology that hogs CPU and opens up a great big security hole directly to the system ripe for malicious hacking. Rendering inside the web browser IS the best and cleanest way to go, but adobe can't let go of its proprietary retard baby. Where have your coders been the past 6 months? Jerkin the gurkin! Asswipes
Unhandsome_scurvy_boy ^__^ - July 22, 2011 at 4:51am
:D jerkin the gerkin! Damn straight
PaulZ - July 21, 2011 at 7:35pm
"It's unclear why Adobe didn't address these issues during the months that Mac OS X Lion was available as a developer preview." really Adobe?
Unhandsome_scurvy_boy ^__^ - July 21, 2011 at 7:00pm
Wretched adobe.. Disabled hardware acceleration my arse... It's your battery hog software!
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