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adobe keeps closing on Mac OS 10.16

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Aug 26, 2020

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i recently updated my mac os to MAC OS 10.16, the beta version. so anytime i try to edit on adobe the app closes. please when will you make an adobe for MAC OS 10.16?

 

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Adobe absolutely does not support use of its applications on pre-release versions of operating systems. Regardless of such tags as “public beta 2,” such OS pre-releases are quite buggy and have numerous application compatibility issues that need to be resolved by the OS developer. AAdobe does internally test against prerelease builds from both Apple and Microsoft and works with both to deal with OS bugs that hopefully get resolved before the actual release to customers. In this particular case, Adobe is aware of the pre-release MacOS 10.16 bugs that prevent full and proper use of not only Adobe Acrobat products, but others as well and Apple is aware of the issues.

 

It may be “neat and cool” to boast about running the “lastest and greatest” OS pre-release, but it is highly imprudent to load such software on production systems and expect anything to run properly. Leave such experimentation to test systems and keep your expectations low.

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adobe keeps closing on Mac OS 10.16

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Aug 26, 2020

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i recently updated my mac os to MAC OS 10.16, the beta version. so anytime i try to edit on adobe the app closes. please when will you make an adobe for MAC OS 10.16?

 

On behalf of Adobe …

 

Adobe absolutely does not support use of its applications on pre-release versions of operating systems. Regardless of such tags as “public beta 2,” such OS pre-releases are quite buggy and have numerous application compatibility issues that need to be resolved by the OS developer. AAdobe does internally test against prerelease builds from both Apple and Microsoft and works with both to deal with OS bugs that hopefully get resolved before the actual release to customers. In this particular case, Adobe is aware of the pre-release MacOS 10.16 bugs that prevent full and proper use of not only Adobe Acrobat products, but others as well and Apple is aware of the issues.

 

It may be “neat and cool” to boast about running the “lastest and greatest” OS pre-release, but it is highly imprudent to load such software on production systems and expect anything to run properly. Leave such experimentation to test systems and keep your expectations low.

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Aug 27, 2020

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Some time after the release of Big Sur I expect. Please be sure to report this to Apple, and mean time you should probably use your live Catalina machine to work with Acrobat, leaving the test machine for when you really need to test Big Sur.

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Aug 27, 2020

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On behalf of Adobe …

 

Adobe absolutely does not support use of its applications on pre-release versions of operating systems. Regardless of such tags as “public beta 2,” such OS pre-releases are quite buggy and have numerous application compatibility issues that need to be resolved by the OS developer. AAdobe does internally test against prerelease builds from both Apple and Microsoft and works with both to deal with OS bugs that hopefully get resolved before the actual release to customers. In this particular case, Adobe is aware of the pre-release MacOS 10.16 bugs that prevent full and proper use of not only Adobe Acrobat products, but others as well and Apple is aware of the issues.

 

It may be “neat and cool” to boast about running the “lastest and greatest” OS pre-release, but it is highly imprudent to load such software on production systems and expect anything to run properly. Leave such experimentation to test systems and keep your expectations low.

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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