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Adobe Issues + Incompatibilities with Mac OS 10.7 FAQ

Adobe Issues + Incompatibilities with Mac OS 10.7 FAQ

Adobe has released a number of FAQs and technical notes, regarding known issues and problems of Adobe products under Mac OS 10.7 Lion, which affect Adobe Creative Suite CS5, Creative Suite CS5.5, Photoshop CS5, Photoshop CS5.5, Photoshop CS4, and Photoshop CS3.

Details can be found at the Adobe site using the following links.

Topics covered include Mac OS 10.7 new features, Rosetta support under Mac OS 10.7 Lion, crash reporter, Java runtime, scrolling behavior goes in opposite direction, and files stored in library.

Known Issues with Adobe products on Mac OS 10.7 Lion – Adobe Support note

Adobe® Creative Suite® solutions and Mac OS X Lion (v10.7) – pdf

Mac OS X Lion (v10.7) compatibility – Adobe FAQ

Photoshop specific issue:

Droplets don’t work | Photoshop CS5, CS4, CS3 | Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) – Adobe Support note

The issues affect a wide number of Adobe Creative Suite applications including (with their own app specific links below :

Acrobat family

Adobe Drive




Flash Builder

Flash Catalyst

Flash Player





Premiere Pro

  4 Responses to “Known Problem Issues with Adobe products on Mac OS 10.7 Lion”

  1. Apple can keep Lion. Every time I have changed in the past I swear I will not upgrade again due to problems encountered. This time I remember, SCREW LION!!!!!!!!!!!! As far as I know, Lion just makes you mac into a Ipad. Bye Bye Lion!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Hello to all the Lion disappointed Mac operators,
    I too made A GREAT MISTAKE in downloading the Lion upgrade???? It has ruined the appearance of my Mail – really hate the iPad format on my desk top computer. Lots of problems with other than Mac specific external drives, refuses to recognise them. Not to mention aggravating glitches with Adobe Photoshop software. Apple has really gone too far this time – not serving its loyal users at all. How soon can one expect Apple to remedy this problem rather than expecting other software developers to do their work for them and then ‘us’ the customers having to buy new upgrades for perfectly good current software.

  3. Yes well said totally agree apple get your act together instead of thinking of the $$$$$$$

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