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  1. Rob

    They turned off the CS5 trials. Are the CS 5.5 free tryouts available yet ?

  2. Rob

    Hi Terry,

    I’m confused over ePub and the folios. I want to create interactive books under ePub and publish them in iTunes, Amazon, etc. I have enough invested in Master Suite and want to know what I can do with it.

    Also, I find that there are lots of Adobe downloads required for specific areas. But, Adobe doesn’t do a good job of providing that info in one place. It would be nice to get that right from the app instead of pulling my hair out or searching throughout the website.

  3. Daisy

    Hi, Could you please kindly tell me whether we can still sideload .folio file to ipad by itunes after August 3rd 2011 (I mean the end of Digital Publishing Suite Prerelease Program – Please) ?

    Secondly, I want to know whether we can deploy a single-content-viewer with contents as an iPhone app to put it on the App Store for free after the date i mentioned above? That is we don’t need to upload the .folio onto an Adobe server and embed it in self-developed Content Viewer freely.

    Thank you very much.

  4. Daisy

    Q: So I can distribute my own .folio file for free?
    A: You could but that would imply the use of the free Adobe Viewer. Good for showing, but not a business model.

    Does it mean we could only use Adobe Viewer as the default viewer instead of building a new single-content viewer if we only have InDesign 5.5 at hand without paying for the DPS?

    Thank you again :)

  5. jb

    **** TIMELY please advise…

    Hello,

    I just installed the CS5.5 Master Collection, and I’m not seeing the 2 versions of apps that I’ve read about. — So how I can be absolutely sure that Premiere Pro, After Effects. and other apps are running in 64-bit mode.

    I actually went back to the installer DVDs and did a custom install of Photoshop that designated 64-bit, and (re)installed it – so now I see a version of Photoshop that doesn’t specify anything, along with a version that does specify 64-bit.

    SO…

    Do I need to go back and do this for all apps?

    I am running Windows 7 Ultra 64-bit, and I assumed the Adobe would intuitively know to install the 64-bit versions, but now I’m not so sure.

  6. Anonymous

    I get it now, with the exception of Photoshop, all CS5.5 apps are ONLY 64 bit.

    Thanks for the link!

  7. Hi there,

    Would you be able to tell me if CS5.5 Indesign will help me with bi-directional text. I am trying to switch the flow of some Arabic text on some translation work I am doing and my CS5 does not seem to help me with bi-directional text (or I am just not seeing it in the menu option). Would I have to purchase a middle-eastern version of Indesign, or simply upgrade to CS5.5 from my CS5 to do the job?

    Many thanks if you have an answer!

  8. Thanks. I have ordered the upgrade from CS 5.0 to 5.5 and let’s see what it does once it arrives. In the meantime I have also discovered (after paying for my upgrade to Adobe) that WinSoft does a plugin for approx $100 called ScribeDOOR for Indesign and which will allow me to manage the Arabic font layout. I have just downloaded the 7-day free trial to test it out. Expensive day it’s been to sort this out :o)

  9. zlloyd1

    I am trying to use the insert media feature to place a working video on my site that I am building, but instead of the video it inserts a bunch of icons that look like speaker icons to change volume and no video clip. I am using Dreamweaver CS5.5, a registered version, and am on Windows 7 Home Premium. Any help would be appreciated greatly, and thanks in advance!!

    P.S. I have a screenshot saved of what is showing up on the page, but there is no place to attach a file here….

  10. zlloyd1

    Oh yeah, the video clip that I am trying to add is an FLV file…

  11. zlloyd1

    @ProDesign
    Yes, I read through that and have tried to follow the instructions there, but no matter what I do the video clip does not even show up on page in the browser, it just puts a bunch of stupid little speaker icons there that you cannot even interact with, and no video to play or watch. :(

  12. zlloyd1

    Ok, I checked the threads and saw that they were in regard to a similar issue with Dreamweaver CS4, but I have CS5.5, and the solutions offered seemed to all circle back to downgrading to CS3 from CS4 to correct the issue. So, is it just that CS5.5 version has issues with inserting video into pages, or what??

    • There shouldn’t be zlloyd. Have you confirmed that, despite the appearance in Dreamweaver and when previewed in a browser, the FLV videos don’t appear or play once the files have been uploaded to your remote server?

      Also, have you checked the general Dreamweaver Support Pages on the issue?

  13. zlloyd1

    @ProDesignTools
    By remote server I am assuming you mean the website file I am saving everything in for my site, as I have not connected to an online server yet, until it is all finished and working properly. If that assumption is correct then yes, the FLV videos do not play, but some useless icons appear on the page when previewed in browser, none of which will play anything though. Yes I have also checked the Adobe support pages about this, but there is very little there about the latest Dreamweaver CS5.5 at all, and this particular issue is only listed for CS3 and CS4 that I could find, and they are set up totally different than CS5 is.

  14. zlloyd1

    @ProDesign
    No, I have not uploaded the site to my web space provider yet, as it is not completed yet because of this ridiculous video clip issue. Also, I have checked the Adobe Support Forums, but there are very few threads regarding this latest version of Dreamweaver CS5.5, and it is set up totally different from CS3, and CS4, so the threads there are of no use to me really.

  15. tracy

    Hi

    Is there a big difference between Adobe InDesign CS5 and Adobe InDesign CS5.5?

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