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TUAW Tip: Saving InDesign CS4 files for InDesign CS2

Here's a frustrating problem: You have InDesign CS4, and your buddy needs your file, but has InDesign CS2. "Easy!" you think, "just save an InDesign Interchange (INX) file and send it to him." Lo, wonder of wonders: InDesign saves an INX file that's compatible only with the immediately preceding ver...

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Photoshop CS3 Rocks on the Mac Pro

With the Mac world all aflutter about the release of a Universal Binary beta of Photoshop CS3, the excellent Mac performance enthusiast site Bare Feats has some hard numbers comparing the CS3 beta on the Mac Pro to CS2 and CS3 on the Quad G5 PowerMacs of yore and the results are telling. Running nat...

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Adobe announces Acrobat 8 Universal Binary, Creative Suite 2.3

Ali Hanyaloglu at the Adobe Blogs has announced version 8 of Acrobat, their software for all things PDF, with a nice surprise: it's Universal. It's being bundled with the also recently announced new Adobe Creative Suite 2.3 Premium, a retail upgrade (don't you love how they like to charge for .X upg...

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Who needs an Intel Mac? Sign me up for a PowerPC G6 Macintosh

Intel Macs are so yesterday. I'm all about the "PowerPC G6 Macintosh," and it's only $499 to boot! Engadget found a company (who might have already been threatened/litigated out of existence by the time you read this) by the name of Red PC who is selling a computer they call the "PowerPC G6 Macintos...

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Someone finally tests Adobe apps on Rosetta vs. PPC

Bare Feats has been busy with their Mac OS X vs XP tests earlier today and now this. From what I can tell, they are probably the first site to post some benchmarks of non-Intel native Adobe apps, specifically Photoshop CS2 and After Effects 7.0. Check out the machines they used, and note the equali...

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