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Apple, Adobe Fix Photoshop 'Tiger Pause' With Leopard

For more than a year, Apple executives have been telling the market that sales of Intel-based Macintosh systems have not met full potential largely because power users continue to wait on the new Creative Suite from Adobe. Behind the scenes, it appears that progress is being made by both Adobe and Apple to fix performance barriers.

The Creative Suite includes Photoshop. In an Adobe web site forum a few weeks ago, the company's Russell Williams explained how the integration of Photoshop with Apple's Leopard, due out this spring, will overcome an existing barrier to performance in the current "Tiger" version of the Mac OS:

Among other things, another forum visitor expressed relief that the next generation of Creative Suite will run on both Leopard and Tiger versions of the Mac OS.

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