Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
> Adobe Unveils Adobe Digital Editions Public Beta
> ,----[ Quote ]
>| Initially available as a free public beta for Windows,
>| Digital Editions will support Macintosh systems as a
>| universal binary application and Linux platforms, as well as
>| mobile phones and other embedded devices in future versions.
> Photoshop is said to be the most requested Linux application, which
> hinders the migration (upgrade) of many prospective users. Adobe
> delivered Acrobat Reader 7 for Linux having passed over in version 6.
> Flash 9 and Flex 2 for Linux show that Photoshop for Linux may be
> inevitable. There is a tighter commitment. Dreamweaver and Photoshop
> can already be run under Linux using WinE, but it's not trivial to
> achieve. All in all, it appears as though no 'killer app' can serve as
> a migration excuse any longer (or for much longer). Well, Norton
> security center and Nimda may never be ported to Linux, but...
Ahh, it was just a matter of time, but will it be timely for Adobe, I
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