Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 4th Apr 2008 19:50 UTC, submitted by tupp
Graphics, User Interfaces From John Nack's blog: "In the interest of giving customers guidance as early as possible, we have some news to share on this point: in addition to offering 32-bit-native versions for Mac OS X and 32-bit Windows, just as we do today, we plan to ship the next version of Photoshop as 64-bit-native for Windows 64-bit OSes only."
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RE[3]: what?
by bousozoku on Sat 5th Apr 2008 22:23 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: what?"
bousozoku
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Apple may have learned a lot about shipping successful product since the bad old days of the early 90s, but they've still a lot to learn about building developer trust and relations. Treating third-party vendors as valued partners in expanding OS X into a major mass-market computing platform - not making them feel like unwanted irritants that may be swatted down at any moment - would be a good start.


Isn't that the truth. ADC relations people are sometimes very rude and policies change far too often.

It's nothing new either. In the 1980s and early 1990s, they were as bad. They're only truly nice to the Premier developers.

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