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    Quote Originally Posted by mobileman View Post
    I use Photoshop and like it very much. However that does not excuse the mess that is Flash on both OSX and Linux.
    Macintosh is a dying platform with under 2% global marketshare.

    Desktop Linux is under 1%.

    Adobe is "evil" for focusing its resources on 97% of the desktop?

    Seems to me that they're more generous for continuing to support two marginal platforms that other vendors abandoned years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brmiller1976 View Post
    Macintosh is a dying platform with under 2% global marketshare.

    Desktop Linux is under 1%.

    Adobe is "evil" for focusing its resources on 97% of the desktop?

    Seems to me that they're more generous for continuing to support two marginal platforms that other vendors abandoned years ago.
    Last I checked, 50 percent of Adobe's business come form the "dying platform".
  3.    #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by mobileman View Post
    Last I checked, 50 percent of Adobe's business come form the "dying platform".
    50% of Adobe's Creative Suite business (and shrinking).

    It's legacy revenue.

    What's ironic is that Apple wants things both ways. On one hand, it wants everyone to abandon obsolete "standards" like Flash.

    On the other hand, it wants everyone to cling to its obsolete Macintosh platform and not move on.

    I suspect people will move on from both -- but in the mean time, Apple devices remain rather limited in browsing utility, and will for many years to come, as a result of Apple's decision to limit accessibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brmiller1976 View Post
    50% of Adobe's Creative Suite business (and shrinking).

    It's legacy revenue.
    My goodness.
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