Date   

Re: OT: Reinstalling CS6 on new computer

Rex
 

Would be grateful if you could elaborate on this. Is that copy C:/Doc and Setting/All Users or Default Users or both? Are you suggesting that copy/paste Program files will effectively 'install' all programs to the new OS?

Rex

--- In colortheory@yahoogroups.com, "Chris Corich" <cjc_1997@...> wrote:

Late to the party but,
What I have done in the past is make a copy of the entire directory structure, both in "users" and in "Program files" (and "(x86)"). One I've installed Photoshop (and lightroom), I copy all that old directory structure over the top. I realize that since you're upgrading this won't exactly work but it may be the seed of an idea. Installing puts all the files in place, and then makes the necessary connections between the program files (and user presets) and the system. If those connections are in place, you can replace the files to your own configs - the system doesn't care as long as it's connected to some file of the right sort name "foo.bar".


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Gerry Diel
 

As a photographer I think that all should just relax and wait patiently for the right moment. In a good light. Then the magic begins.

From: Rick Gordon
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2013 5:22 PM
To: colortheory@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [colortheory] Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping


I can't help but wonder if that price point isn't going to reduce the income below what it would be for other similar books in the genre. I know *we'll* all buy it, but I think that it's not going to draw the audience that might not be specifically be salivating for Dan's next book.

Rick Gordon

------------------

On 3/22/13 at 8:36 PM +0000, sjledet wrote in a message entitled
"[colortheory] Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book ship":

The original intent was to have a list price of $75 and a discount price of $10 less than that. making the actual sale price $64.95.

This is the first day it's available for order and we are still figuring out how to work with the Fulfilled by Amazon system.

George and Bill, if you've bought at $75, email me directly, and I'll provide a $10 Amazon gift card to reimburse you for the extra $10. Dan and I both appreciate you and this entire group tremendously and we weren't intentionally trying to punish early purchases.

It's just that as of today, we are still working out some glitches. Looks like the sale price of $64.95 is now active (although it's not reflected as a sale price, but just as if that was the list price of the book). I still haven't figured out to make it list on Amazon as a Fulfilled by Amazon book at a list price of $74.95 with a $10 discount. That's what we are hoping to eventually have in place. If anyone here happens to have ever done that and can help provide feedback, please contact me off list at at mailto:sjledet%40ledet.com.

I am also happy to discuss and get feedback on what people think we should be charging considering it's not just a book, but actually a book plus a ton of video content.

- Sterling


--- In mailto:colortheory%40yahoogroups.com, "George Machen" <gmachen@...> wrote:

$75 on Amazon - yow! http://amzn.to/10rViM7

{moderator insert} I'm not sure what this is all about yet. I can tell you that I have received books, but I was unaware that anyone was offering them for sale yet or what prices they might be charging. More later when I have more information--DM {/moderator insert}



------------------------------------

Yahoo! Groups Links


--
___________________________________________________

RICK GORDON
EMERALD VALLEY GRAPHICS AND CONSULTING
___________________________________________________

WWW: http://www.shelterpub.com




[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Sterling Ledet
 

To our international friends,

I want to assure you it won't be years before the book is available internationally. The problem for today (literally, today, March 22, 2013) is that Amazon hasn't even received all of the inventory in their warehouses. Only one of the three Amazon warehouses scheduled to receive inventory has received books so far, and while Dan has received his personal shipment, I've not received my allotment.

I am hoping my 250 copies come in to Atlanta by Monday. Once I receive them, I'll sell anyone who wants a book internationally one of those. We'll probably use Global Priority Mail and an s&h charge of $30 (so the total will be $94.95 US) and require payment through paypal.

I'll have to batch this though, and we aren't Amazon and I have a business to run, so I won't be offering same day turnaround on orders like Amazon. I'll do something like weekly shipments. Can't even promise which day of the week that will be though until I get our shipment of books at the Ledet Training headquarters in Atlanta.

However, if you don't mind being a little patient with us, eventually (best guess currently is within 30 days, but don't hold me to that either), we'll be fully enabled for international fulfillment using Amazon's "Fulfilled by Amazon" program. That will be our preferred way of handling international sales. It just takes a little while to setup and requires additional paperwork by us and additional approval cycles by Amazon. It's coming though. Just not first day!

- Sterling


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Hector Davila
 

I don't understand why anyone in the world cannot buy it today.
Here in the U.S. there is USPS Priority Mail International Flat Rate Box

All Dan has to do is put up an Ebay page, and accept international
orders where you pay the USPS Priority Mail International Flat Rate Box
shipping charge.
http://ircalc.usps.com/MailServices.aspx?country=10150&m=13&p=0&o=1&mt=12


Hector
APR


and when you finish reading it, you can sell it on ebay for thousands of
dollars!

On 3/22/2013 3:12 PM, munkiboy wrote:

Well I feel sad and a bit hurt that I can't buy the book here in the
UK, but I had a sinking feeling that this would happen a while back.

The ebook version of Pro photoshop book didn't become available in the
UK until about 2010/11 even though it was available in USA for years
before that. I am not looking forward to Amazon's policy about this
new book.

In my previous experience attempting to order a book on Amazon.com for
shipping to UK, where the book isn't listed on amazon.co.uk results in
a refusal and a statement that it isn't available in "certain other
countries".

Someone is going to have to push the book into international markets
or it just won't happen for a long time.

I am having a sulk here, I'll try to cheer up enough to download the
new PPW panel but I won't enjoy it while you're all partying away over
there with your American chums, waving your new Dan Margulis books
around and shooting your guns in the air and going Yee-haa!

It's hard to do colour correction with tears in your eyes...

-andy blundell

I don't know the answer about international shipping or what
amazon's policy is going to be. I don't believe it will be carried by
Barnes & Noble. We took the view that the priority was to get the
books out there even if there is a single source, and we also don't
know what the eventual price will be. Sterling is interested in your
feedback on this.
Anyhow, I'm sure we'll be talking more about this in the next few days.

Dan Margulis


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Rick Gordon
 

I can't help but wonder if that price point isn't going to reduce the income below what it would be for other similar books in the genre. I know *we'll* all buy it, but I think that it's not going to draw the audience that might not be specifically be salivating for Dan's next book.

Rick Gordon

------------------

On 3/22/13 at 8:36 PM +0000, sjledet wrote in a message entitled
"[colortheory] Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book ship":

The original intent was to have a list price of $75 and a discount price of $10 less than that. making the actual sale price $64.95.

This is the first day it's available for order and we are still figuring out how to work with the Fulfilled by Amazon system.

George and Bill, if you've bought at $75, email me directly, and I'll provide a $10 Amazon gift card to reimburse you for the extra $10. Dan and I both appreciate you and this entire group tremendously and we weren't intentionally trying to punish early purchases.

It's just that as of today, we are still working out some glitches. Looks like the sale price of $64.95 is now active (although it's not reflected as a sale price, but just as if that was the list price of the book). I still haven't figured out to make it list on Amazon as a Fulfilled by Amazon book at a list price of $74.95 with a $10 discount. That's what we are hoping to eventually have in place. If anyone here happens to have ever done that and can help provide feedback, please contact me off list at at sjledet@ledet.com.

I am also happy to discuss and get feedback on what people think we should be charging considering it's not just a book, but actually a book plus a ton of video content.

- Sterling


--- In colortheory@yahoogroups.com, "George Machen" <gmachen@...> wrote:

$75 on Amazon - yow! http://amzn.to/10rViM7

{moderator insert} I'm not sure what this is all about yet. I can tell you that I have received books, but I was unaware that anyone was offering them for sale yet or what prices they might be charging. More later when I have more information--DM {/moderator insert}



------------------------------------

Yahoo! Groups Links


--
___________________________________________________

RICK GORDON
EMERALD VALLEY GRAPHICS AND CONSULTING
___________________________________________________

WWW: http://www.shelterpub.com


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Douglas K. Jardine
 

Seeing this inthe colortheory thread, I went to buy it (at $64.95USD)
but Amazon tells me it won't ship to my post office box address in a
small rural town in Canada.

This is strange for both AmazonDOTca and AmazonDOTcom have shipped lots
of stuff to my PO Box address--there is no mail delivery to my condo;
mail is either to mail drops on the highway or to boxat the post office.

Please let me know what the work around is.

TIA for your advice.

Doug

On 22/03/2013 1:36 PM, sjledet wrote:

The original intent was to have a list price of $75 and a discount
price of $10 less than that. making the actual sale price $64.95.

This is the first day it's available for order and we are still
figuring out how to work with the Fulfilled by Amazon system.

George and Bill, if you've bought at $75, email me directly, and I'll
provide a $10 Amazon gift card to reimburse you for the extra $10. Dan
and I both appreciate you and this entire group tremendously and we
weren't intentionally trying to punish early purchases.

It's just that as of today, we are still working out some glitches.
Looks like the sale price of $64.95 is now active (although it's not
reflected as a sale price, but just as if that was the list price of
the book). I still haven't figured out to make it list on Amazon as a
Fulfilled by Amazon book at a list price of $74.95 with a $10
discount. That's what we are hoping to eventually have in place. If
anyone here happens to have ever done that and can help provide
feedback, please contact me off list at at sjledet@ledet.com
<mailto:sjledet%40ledet.com>.

I am also happy to discuss and get feedback on what people think we
should be charging considering it's not just a book, but actually a
book plus a ton of video content.

- Sterling

--- In colortheory@yahoogroups.com
<mailto:colortheory%40yahoogroups.com>, "George Machen" <gmachen@...>
wrote:

$75 on Amazon - yow! http://amzn.to/10rViM7

{moderator insert} I'm not sure what this is all about yet. I can
tell you that I have received books, but I was unaware that anyone was
offering them for sale yet or what prices they might be charging. More
later when I have more information--DM {/moderator insert}


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

munkiboy
 

Well I feel sad and a bit hurt that I can't buy the book here in the UK, but I had a sinking feeling that this would happen a while back.

The ebook version of Pro photoshop book didn't become available in the UK until about 2010/11 even though it was available in USA for years before that. I am not looking forward to Amazon's policy about this new book.

In my previous experience attempting to order a book on Amazon.com for shipping to UK, where the book isn't listed on amazon.co.uk results in a refusal and a statement that it isn't available in "certain other countries".

Someone is going to have to push the book into international markets or it just won't happen for a long time.

I am having a sulk here, I'll try to cheer up enough to download the new PPW panel but I won't enjoy it while you're all partying away over there with your American chums, waving your new Dan Margulis books around and shooting your guns in the air and going Yee-haa!

It's hard to do colour correction with tears in your eyes...

-andy blundell

I don't know the answer about international shipping or what amazon's policy is going to be. I don't believe it will be carried by Barnes & Noble. We took the view that the priority was to get the books out there even if there is a single source, and we also don't know what the eventual price will be. Sterling is interested in your feedback on this.
Anyhow, I'm sure we'll be talking more about this in the next few days.

Dan Margulis


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Robert Carroll
 

I see the ad is up at Amazon---$64.95. So Dan, what is the guy smoking in
the picture on the cover?

Bob Carroll





From: colortheory@yahoogroups.com [mailto:colortheory@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Dan Margulis
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2013 6:36 PM
To: colortheory@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [colortheory] Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book
shippping





To add a little perspective to the conversation:

These books were supposed to be out two weeks ago. I attended a pressrun
about a month ago. There was, how shall I put this, a color management
issue. I am not going to burden the group with the gory details, except to
refer to some of my archived posts discussing the level of color management
knowledge among commercial printers, and also of what happens when printers
run a color-critical job that does not happen to match their own contract
proofs.

At any rate, I did not jinx things by attending the second pressrun, which
was late last week. The books shipped Friday and I was somewhat surprised
that they made it to my house by Tuesday. I told the beta readers that I had
them but I didn't want to notify the list before I could assure myself that
they were acceptably printed. They are.

I am not taking a lead role in the marketing of the product. I'm not
qualified to do so and would probably make bad decisions anyway. Certainly
one can expect a number of glitches as we get accustomed to the ways of
amazon.com.

I don't know the answer about international shipping or what amazon's policy
is going to be. I don't believe it will be carried by Barnes & Noble. We
took the view that the priority was to get the books out there even if there
is a single source, and we also don't know what the eventual price will be.
Sterling is interested in your feedback on this.

The full version 3 of the PPW panel has already been posted at
www.ledet.com/margulis/ppw. All of the documentation has been revised to
accord with the new capabilities, I think there is around 200 pages of
documentation total.

The book's official website, moderncolorworkflow.com, should go live on
Monday morning (right now you'll just get a password request). I think
you'll find a lot to like there: around 10 hours of videos supporting the
text, for example. They won't do a lot of good, however, without the book
itself.

The site will also make available PDFs of the Table of Contents, the
Introduction, and the Index. That may sound rather boring, but in fact the
Introduction has some fireworks: by demand of the beta readers I included
six sample corrections to give an idea of what the workflow does. You get to
read their reactions to each, and some of them are not particularly
flattering to the author.

Anyhow, I'm sure we'll be talking more about this in the next few days.

Dan Margulis


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Kevin Stecyk
 

Dan Margulis wrote:


I don't know the answer about international shipping or what amazon's policy is going to be. I don't believe it will be carried by Barnes & Noble. We took the view that the priority was to get the books out there even if there is a single source, and we also don't know what the eventual price will be. Sterling is interested in your feedback on this.
First, congratulations are in order Dan, to you and your team. I look forward to ordering your book soon.

With regard to Amazon, I will provide some quick feedback. I like ordering from Amazon Canada. When the purchase price is over $25.00, I get free shipping by United Parcel Service (UPS). The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is already paid as part of the final price of the book. I have yet to receive a book that is damaged or banged up by UPS. My typical wait time between order and delivery is two days.


If I order from Amazon U.S., then it is more challenging. First, shipping time is often about two plus weeks. Then, rather than having the book delivered to my doorstep, I sometimes have to visit the local post office to pay the GST. Not only do I have to pay the tax, I have to pay for the privilege of paying the tax (read service fee). If the book is inexpensive, the GST is usually skipped. If the book(s) is expensive, I pay GST. And, sometimes to corners of the book are banged up from shipping. I like receiving my books in pristine condition.


Typically, Amazon doesn't restrict the shipping. The "reseller" or the agent fulfilling the order places restrictions. I have ordered a book from the U.S. that cost $400. The book seller was fine with shipping it to Canada. Some others through Amazon were unwilling to sell the same book to me. It's hit and miss.

In the past, I have to ship the book to a friend in the U.S. and have the friend to then ship it to me.

I wanted to congratulate you and your team. And, I wanted to provide some comments for your marketing considerations.

Kevin H. Stecyk


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Dan Margulis
 

To add a little perspective to the conversation:

These books were supposed to be out two weeks ago. I attended a pressrun about a month ago. There was, how shall I put this, a color management issue. I am not going to burden the group with the gory details, except to refer to some of my archived posts discussing the level of color management knowledge among commercial printers, and also of what happens when printers run a color-critical job that does not happen to match their own contract proofs.

At any rate, I did not jinx things by attending the second pressrun, which was late last week. The books shipped Friday and I was somewhat surprised that they made it to my house by Tuesday. I told the beta readers that I had them but I didn't want to notify the list before I could assure myself that they were acceptably printed. They are.

I am not taking a lead role in the marketing of the product. I'm not qualified to do so and would probably make bad decisions anyway. Certainly one can expect a number of glitches as we get accustomed to the ways of amazon.com.

I don't know the answer about international shipping or what amazon's policy is going to be. I don't believe it will be carried by Barnes & Noble. We took the view that the priority was to get the books out there even if there is a single source, and we also don't know what the eventual price will be. Sterling is interested in your feedback on this.

The full version 3 of the PPW panel has already been posted at www.ledet.com/margulis/ppw. All of the documentation has been revised to accord with the new capabilities, I think there is around 200 pages of documentation total.

The book's official website, moderncolorworkflow.com, should go live on Monday morning (right now you'll just get a password request). I think you'll find a lot to like there: around 10 hours of videos supporting the text, for example. They won't do a lot of good, however, without the book itself.

The site will also make available PDFs of the Table of Contents, the Introduction, and the Index. That may sound rather boring, but in fact the Introduction has some fireworks: by demand of the beta readers I included six sample corrections to give an idea of what the workflow does. You get to read their reactions to each, and some of them are not particularly flattering to the author.

Anyhow, I'm sure we'll be talking more about this in the next few days.

Dan Margulis


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

David Lawrence
 

--- In colortheory@yahoogroups.com, "sjledet" <sjledet@...> wrote:

The original intent was to have a list price of $75 and a discount price of $10 less than that. making the actual sale price $64.95.

- Sterling

Thank you! All it well and I was able to purchase on Amazon at $64.95.

David Lawrence
PixelPurfect.com


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Kevin Stecyk
 

Sterling wrote on Friday, March 22, 2013


The original intent was to have a list price of $75 and a discount price of $10 less than that. making the actual sale price $64.95.

This is the first day it's available for order and we are still figuring out how to work with the Fulfilled by Amazon system.
Will Dan's book be available at Amazon in international locations? For example, when I search for "Modern Photoshop Color Workflow - The Quartertone Quandary, the PPW, and Other Ideas for Speedy Image Enhancement" at Amazon.ca, it comes back blank.


Or, should we simply place our orders through Amazon.com to be fulfilled by Modern Color Workflow? Sometimes books from Amazon.com and its sellers are not shipped to Canada. Are there any concerns with foreign shipments?

Kevin H. Stecyk


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Campo Weijerman
 

On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 9:36 PM, sjledet <sjledet@ledet.com> wrote:

The original intent was to have a list price of $75 and a discount price
of $10 less than that. making the actual sale price $64.95.

This is the first day it's available for order and we are still figuring
out how to work with the Fulfilled by Amazon system.
Sterling, thanks for the information. Could you please also give a hint
about the best way to order copies of the book for those not in the US.
For example, I'm in The Netherlands, and I'd usually expect quick delivery
(i.e, within days) through amazon.co.uk. Right now they don't offer the
title yet, if it is going to take them weeks to have it in stock I might be
better of ordering directly from the US.
Thanks,
--
Campo Weijerman


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Michael King
 

Sterling,

Let's not worry about the price - just about how are those of us NOT in the
USA going to get a copy?

How can I get one in UK?

Many Txs,

Mike King

On 22 March 2013 20:36, sjledet <sjledet@ledet.com> wrote:

**


The original intent was to have a list price of $75 and a discount price
of $10 less than that. making the actual sale price $64.95.

This is the first day it's available for order and we are still figuring
out how to work with the Fulfilled by Amazon system.

George and Bill, if you've bought at $75, email me directly, and I'll
provide a $10 Amazon gift card to reimburse you for the extra $10. Dan and
I both appreciate you and this entire group tremendously and we weren't
intentionally trying to punish early purchases.

It's just that as of today, we are still working out some glitches. Looks
like the sale price of $64.95 is now active (although it's not reflected as
a sale price, but just as if that was the list price of the book). I still
haven't figured out to make it list on Amazon as a Fulfilled by Amazon book
at a list price of $74.95 with a $10 discount. That's what we are hoping to
eventually have in place. If anyone here happens to have ever done that and
can help provide feedback, please contact me off list at at
sjledet@ledet.com.

I am also happy to discuss and get feedback on what people think we should
be charging considering it's not just a book, but actually a book plus a
ton of video content.

- Sterling


--- In colortheory@yahoogroups.com, "George Machen" <gmachen@...> wrote:

$75 on Amazon - yow! http://amzn.to/10rViM7

{moderator insert} I'm not sure what this is all about yet. I can tell
you that I have received books, but I was unaware that anyone was offering
them for sale yet or what prices they might be charging. More later when I
have more information--DM {/moderator insert}


[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Jim Donovan
 

Hello. Is the book available through Barnes-n-Noble? Jim Donovan


On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 2:36 PM, sjledet <sjledet@ledet.com> wrote:

**


The original intent was to have a list price of $75 and a discount price
of $10 less than that. making the actual sale price $64.95.

This is the first day it's available for order and we are still figuring
out how to work with the Fulfilled by Amazon system.



[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

Sterling Ledet
 

The original intent was to have a list price of $75 and a discount price of $10 less than that. making the actual sale price $64.95.

This is the first day it's available for order and we are still figuring out how to work with the Fulfilled by Amazon system.

George and Bill, if you've bought at $75, email me directly, and I'll provide a $10 Amazon gift card to reimburse you for the extra $10. Dan and I both appreciate you and this entire group tremendously and we weren't intentionally trying to punish early purchases.

It's just that as of today, we are still working out some glitches. Looks like the sale price of $64.95 is now active (although it's not reflected as a sale price, but just as if that was the list price of the book). I still haven't figured out to make it list on Amazon as a Fulfilled by Amazon book at a list price of $74.95 with a $10 discount. That's what we are hoping to eventually have in place. If anyone here happens to have ever done that and can help provide feedback, please contact me off list at at sjledet@ledet.com.

I am also happy to discuss and get feedback on what people think we should be charging considering it's not just a book, but actually a book plus a ton of video content.

- Sterling

--- In colortheory@yahoogroups.com, "George Machen" <gmachen@...> wrote:

$75 on Amazon - yow! http://amzn.to/10rViM7

{moderator insert} I'm not sure what this is all about yet. I can tell you that I have received books, but I was unaware that anyone was offering them for sale yet or what prices they might be charging. More later when I have more information--DM {/moderator insert}


Re: Modern Photoshop Color Workflow book shippping

letstryit_19087
 

I was able to order it from Amazon. Delivery is Monday 3/25.

--
Bill
484-580-9341

Nothing exists but atoms and empty space. Everything else is opinion.


Re: Adobe Appears To Have A Successful Strategy

Kevin Stecyk
 

Michael Jahn wrote March 22, 2013


"I further expected that a large number would continue to buy boxed
versions of software"

Well, that might be kinda hard to do - I think this is simply the shape of
things to come.

http://boblevine.us/adobe-quietly-confirms-the-end-of-boxed-creative-suite-software-sales/#more-448

Michael, has Adobe stopped producing boxed versions of individual software products or Creative Suites? Perhaps the answer is both. You might be correct in that it "might be kinda hard to do,"--that is, buy a boxed version of anything. 

My guess would have been to allow customers to buy boxed version of individual software products. Perhaps Lightroom is good enough for many. They have no desire for other Adobe applications. What does Adobe plan to do to address their needs?


We'll have to stay tuned to find out.

Kevin H. Stecyk


Re: Adobe Appears To Have A Successful Strategy

Kevin Stecyk
 

Jim Arco wrote on March 22, 2013:


"The software will alert you when you need to connect to the Internet for a license status check."

Yes.  Yes it will.  What it won't tell me is that CS-whatever on my laptop hasn't checked-in in the last 29-days.  When I have to run to an unexpected meeting at a client (with primitve/no connectivity) tomorrow morning, it will disable itself and tell me THEN - which is absolutely the MOST-incorrect time to tell me.

Won't happen, you say?  It DID happen, it happened to me, and using Adobe's products a few years back.  Some MPEG encoder they licensed for Premiere/After Effects required that I "log-on and verify" at a time when I had limited/no connectivity.  I was not able to work around the ransom demand and it cost me a significant contract and future business with a major long-standing client.

Jim, you referenced an experience from a few years ago, before Adobe's recent cloud platform was put into service. So we don't know if problem still exists, right?

My purpose of responding to you earlier is that Adobe claims that you
should have 30 days of usage without having to connect to Adobe's
servers. I wanted to let you and others know that you don't ~always~ need
to be connected to the Internet.

I can't and have no desire to speak for Adobe's customer service. If this feature is critical to you, then I suggest contacting Adobe to see how you can be confident that you have 30 days of free and clear sailing. I realize that most computer and software companies are difficult to contact and get a satisfactory answer. But if it's important to you, call them. And, you might wish to post in an Adobe forums as well.


Kevin H. Stecyk


Re: Adobe Appears To Have A Successful Strategy

Michael Jahn
 

On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 7:18 AM, Kevin Stecyk <stecyk@yahoo.com> wrote:

"I further expected that a large number would continue to buy boxed
versions of software"

Well, that might be kinda hard to do - I think this is simply the shape of
things to come.

http://boblevine.us/adobe-quietly-confirms-the-end-of-boxed-creative-suite-software-sales/#more-448



Respectfully,

*Michael Jahn*
1824 Garvin Avenue
Simi Valley, CA 93065
*(805) 217-6741
*

<http://www.composeusa.com>

7301 - 7320 of 33194