<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>All these comments are really helpful in the meantime.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Yep. They've convinced me to spend an extra $15 and get the Photoshop CS2 upgrade instead.<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I'm sure there are a lot of improvements regarding speed and stability.<p><hr></blockquote><p>My 2 1/3 year old machine came with 10.2. I've installed all the 'upgrades' to 10.3.9 and never noticed any difference in speed or stability from 10.2. Maybe, being an old guy, I just don't notice something taking 1/2 second less to respond.<br><br>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Yep. They've convinced me to spend an extra $15 and get the Photoshop CS2 upgrade instead.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Ditto, ditto, ditto!<br><br>Well, actually...I could only afford one of the two upgrades right now...and seeing as I seem to live, breathe, eat, dream Photoshop these days...it was an easy decision to make.<br><br><br><br>
I wish I had stuck with Panther. I just couldn't take it anymore. After work yesterday I found myself heading over to the Apple Store on Michigan Ave as it's just a short walk away. They were Tiger decked out. I honestly had no intention of making a purchase, but some of the stuff I saw just made my jaw drop. <br><br>I couldn't help myself.<br><br>So, I got Tiger installed last night and spent most of the night fiddling.<br><br>My problem is just the opposite of what you complain about. I love Tiger. I have already made use of smart folders and have learned how to use Automater. Now, I'll go into work on Monday and have to use Panther and long for my new short cuts in Tiger. Tiger rules if you figure it out. This is about like when I first got a cable modem after being on dial-up. Once you taste broadband, you can't go back to dial-up if given a choice. Once you learn, I mean learn, Tiger, you can't go back to Panther, but I have no choice. None of the tools I use at the office have any problems in Tiger, but the powers that be in my office won't even have this discussion for many months. Crapola!<br><br>
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