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Adobe steals purchased software. I can't imagine ever buying anything else from theives.

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Oct 07, 2022 Oct 07, 2022

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I purchased a copy of Photoshop Elements 13 many years ago and used it happily for years.  Now suddenly Adobe can force me to login and pay to use software I bought years ago?  I've never seen anything so nakedly unethical.  I can't get around having to use the PDF format but I'll rot in a grave before I ever buy an Adobe product.  Ever.  

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Oct 07, 2022 Oct 07, 2022

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Adobe is not forcing you to pay for anything.  Elements 13 will continue to work without any additional payment.  If you want us to help you with whatever problem you may be experiencing with the program, we can try to assist you.  In my experience, the only problem with Elements 13 is that it will not update a fresh installation of the program and you have to ignore the Update message.

 

If you only want to rant without just cause, that is fine too.

 

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