Ah feeyul yoah payeen, brothah!<br><br>Last year, just before I moved to Flori-duh, I did a 5 week gig at Y&R (Wunderman, actually), and had to work on a G3 Smurf running 8.5 and Quark 3!<br><br>But I'm gonna stick with my current upgrade strategy. With things like Suitcase (without which I'm screwed) requiring updates, and gawd-knows-what-else... I have to take the if it ain't broke don't fix it approach for now.<br><br>
FWIW Steve, if you're running the latest version of Suitcase, it works fine in Tiger, as does the entire Adobe CreativeSuite (except I can't get GoLive to even install - I think the InstallerVISE software is the problem) and Quark 6.<br><br><br><br>CreativeGuy: For your "fix" of design software tips, tricks & commentary.
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Well that's good to know. Still, I'm a little skittish about jeopardizing my workflow, and I don't see anything in Tiger that's an imperative must-have. And with a G5 (which will wear Tiger far better than my ol' 733) only 2 or 3 months away, I can wait.<br><br>
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