18 April 2007

[design] Hard Drive Hygiene for Adobe CS3 Installers

772 One thing that Adobe would like everyone to know before installing your sparkling-new CS3 apps is, if you are a Mac user and have run the betas and/or any prerelease software, is that, like a new garden, you've got to make the ground ready.

All CS3 prerelease and beta software must go, as well as all traces of the supporting files. Adobe has made this easy to do by providing a script at this page, which can be downloaded.

So, download the script, run, and then install your way to CS3 Nirvana...

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I used to live in Beaverton, and I loved that I could turn east on SW Canyon Road and have an unobstructed view of Mt. Hood, every day. No trees or buildings or anything in the way, because the road ran straight toward the Mountain.

Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis said...

Aside from the observation that you might have been trying to reply to some other post, I can only agree with you there.

I like the tall buildings, but I don't like the way they're closing off the view of Mount Hood, which is probably the most beautiful mountain in the world. No, wait, is the most beautiful mountain in the world.