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CSS MW does not work in Mac-Snow Leopard

Thread began 9/23/2009 12:57 pm by design364947 | Last modified 11/30/2009 4:17 pm by design364947 | 6853 views | 13 replies


Do you have the latest dot releases for all the extensions?

WebAssist did make some changes to several extensions recently to improve issues with installing on Macs.

I have been able to install all of the extensions on Snow Leopard with no problem at all. A lot of the issues is because of the cache file that Adobe uses. See this to remove it: 146/

The Adobe suite is compatible with Snow Leopard or 10.6 - it just doesn't maximize the full potential of the OS as the apps were 32 bit Carbon based whereas the new CS5 will be 64 bit Cocoa-based... but they are compatible. I can assure that I have the entire Adobe suite working fine on 10.6.



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