cntry wrote in post #13389604
Bummer, I bought CS3 Web Premium, upgraded to CS4 and was waiting for CS6, not real happy with this.
I purchased software with 3 upgrades at a discount and now they decide that times are tough so to bad for the little guy, maybe it's time for a "OCCUPY SAN JOSE"!
Well I guess adobe will keep the hackers busy.
Adobe wants everyone on a subscription anyway, I think this will hurt sales in my opinion.
There is nothing new here. Adobe has long done things that screw over the little guy. I own Adobe Acrobat Pro 8.0, for which I paid legitimate retail, i.e., an arm and a leg, through the nose. I've used it for years with Windows XP with nary a problem.
Unfortunately, Acrobat Pro 8.0 does not like Windows 7, so I tried to upgrade. Adobe, unfortunately has decided that there shall be no upgrade therefrom. I must purchase anew, for another arm and leg, through the nose, again.
Guess what? Primo PDF does everything I require and it's free!
Adobe can go sit on a cactus!
The same crap applies to PhotoShop.