Their flash 9 breaks oss and crashes with alsa, and the adobe reader 7
is too slow to be usable (well just like the windows version).
Their products do more harm than good!
Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> More Linux commitments from Adobe.
> Adobe ponies up for Apollo
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | Apollo is a downloadable "player," like Adobe's Flash, for
> | running Web applications on Windows, Macintosh or Linux.
> | [...]
> | Adobe on Tuesday introduced a preview version of Flex
> | Builder for Macintosh, which is available as a separate
> | product or a plug-in to Eclipse. A Linux software
> | development kit for Flex is expected in January of
> | next year.
> Are Dreamweaver and Photoshop (native) next? 64-bit version of Flash?
> Will Google's software be ported to Linux just as rapidly? Either way,
> this looks very positive.