Nack Answers Leopard CS3 Questions|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Friday, October 26, 2007 - 22:13 EDT)
Photoshop CS3 is good to go and CS2 has only one issue.
In a blog entry today, Adobe Photoshop Senior Product Manager John Nack reports that "most Adobe apps don't require updates in order to run well" under Mac OS X 10.5, which was released today.
Quoting from the Adobe Leopard FAQ, Nack says "testing revealed a few issues in specific workflows when running the video professional applications on Mac OS X Leopard." The CS3 applications that require patches are "After Effects, Premiere Pro, Encore, and Soundbooth (due to go live in early December), and Acrobat 8/Reader 8 (due in January)."
The Photoshop team tested both CD3 and CS2 on Leopard, discovering only an issue with CS2's Web Photo Gallery module. The blog entry includes a link to an updated module that resolves the issue.