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Have you ever stopped to think that maybe Adobe wants it to open really slow? That they want the Adobe splash screen on the monitor for as long as you can stand it?<br><br>There is no doubt in my mind Adobe could have Acrobat open as instantaneously as any software Apple makes. For years we complained about Illustrator 9 and 10 opens much faster now. Perhaps Mac users don't complain about Acrobat.<br><br>TextEdit, Safari, and Mail open instantly with no splash at all and they're some of my favorites. What do I need a splash screen for anyway? Something to look at while I'm waiting for the program to load?<br><br>Hack the splash screen with Resourcer and add something a little more interesting to look at... <br><br><br>
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