You know how Flash Professional is now Animate? Well, I decided to poke fun at its former icon (the CS6 version of Flash) and use Adobe Photoshop to make an icon for "Adobe Animate CS6."
(I erased the "Fl" part and replaced it with "An", 'cause that's what Animate's icon looks like.)
This is a discussion about Adobe Animate, it's not necessarily a support question.
Update #1: I may need to close this topic. Someone argued that I can't get Flash CS6 anymore, and that Adobe can't rename a product they don't sell. Neither of those things are true, but I don't really care.
So you've created... the current Animate logo, but with a slightly red background.
Speaking of the Animate logo, I personally hope someone uses this for in case they want to change Flash CS6's name to Animate CS6. That way, they don't have to use Photoshop themselves to make it.
Why would Adobe retroactively change the name of a product that they haven't sold for years?
To avoid confusion with the web plugin that's being phased out, of course!
Confusion by who? I'm pretty sure anyone still authoring content with a tool that was discontinued almost a decade ago is smart enough to know the difference between Flash Professional CS6 and Shockwave Flash Player.
And if by some incomprehensible act of caprice Adobe did decide to rename it, how would that even work? They don't sell it anymore. It is no longer available by any official channels. You can't get it in a box. You can't download it. Nada.
Also, I said someone. Who would name their kid "Adobe?" Unless it's after the company, which I would understand.
Nobody but Adobe has the legal right to rename Flash CS6.
Someone can purchase the rights!
For someone to purchase the rights, Adobe would have to be willing to sell the rights, which they most certainly would not. Adobe would see no advantage to basically creating a competitor to one of their own current products.