Adobe software and Mac OSX

Mac OS X Tiger is now available. Find out more on Apple's Web site.

Adobe software and Mac OS X v.10.4 (Tiger)

Adobe software got its start on the Macintosh computer. Today, millions of creative customers around the world rely on Adobe and Apple. Since the introduction of Mac OS X in May 2001, Adobe has delivered more flagship applications on this platform than any other software vendor, satisfying the needs of our creative professional customers.

With the introduction of Mac OS X v.10.4 (Tiger), Apple has brought the Macintosh platform to new levels of ease of use, performance, and reliability. It is a great platform for our latest generation of Macintosh-compatible software.

This past year has been an exciting one for customers that rely on Adobe and Apple products. The all-new Adobe Creative Suite 2 and Mac OS X v.10.4 (Tiger) make this a great time to be an Adobe customer on the Mac platform. Adobe and Apple have worked closely together through the development of Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and Adobe Creative Suite 2 to ensure that our software is fully compatible with Tiger. After rigorous testing by Adobe engineers, Adobe Creative Suite 2, as well as its individual components (Adobe Photoshop CS2, Adobe Illustrator CS2, Adobe InDesign CS2, Adobe GoLive CS2, and Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional), are now certified as compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger).

For detailed information on Mac OS X Tiger and Adobe products, please see the links below for support information and updates:

bullet Adobe® Creative Suite 2
bullet Adobe InDesign®  CS2
Error "Spelling Service.framework" when you start InDesign
bullet Adobe Illustrator® CS2
Keyboard shortcuts don't work in Illustrator
bullet Adobe Photoshop® CS2
bullet Adobe GoLive® CS2
bullet Adobe Acrobat® 7.0
Media files don't play with QuickTime 7
bullet Adobe After Effects® 6.5
bullet Adobe InCopy® CS2