Questions that relate to Ubuntu usage and compatibility with products created by Adobe Systems Incorporated - an American computer software company headquartered in San Jose, California, United States. Products include Adobe Reader and Adobe Flash together with other multimedia and creativity ...
Flash Cookies used to be located in ~/.macromedia. This folder no longer exists in 11.04. I chose to install Flash via the Ubuntu Installer option. So where are the Flash Cookies now located? I've ...
I have some pdfs that allow me to fill out forms and which also have a print button which is invisible on the printed output. At the moment I have to use Adobe Reader for this, but I'd prefer not to. ...
I've successfully installed Adobe Digital Editions using Wine in Linux Mint 10, and it appears that the program operates normally for the most part, as I can open eBooks and view my library. However, ...
Do we know when Adobe release X reader for Ubuntu? It has some good features!
I have a pdf file, and I'd like to comment in adobe style. Is there a way to enable that somehow, or are there any alternatives? Thanks in advance.
Now I know its not as simple as asking for Adobe to support their design software on Ubuntu, but is there a way for the community and Canonical to make known to Adobe the rapidly growing amount of ...
Has anyone got Lightroom 3 working under wine? As with most posts out there, I have successfully completed the install, but where the photos should be (in grid view, loupe view or edit view) there are ...
this post may seem like a duplicate from my other post, "Is is possible to export Inkscape files for inDesign?" but this completely different. I need to open my inDesign CS5 files in Ubuntu but I ...
I was wondering if it was possible to export anything built in Inkscape to inDesign CS or CS5. If it is possible, how can I get it to work?
Possible Duplicate: flashplugin-installer vs. flashplugin-nonfree vs. adobe-flashplugin As you know in Ubuntu Software Center is 2 times Adobe Flash Plugin. One is called Adobe Flash Plugin ...
I've noticed that Flash applications tend to be more sluggish under Ubuntu than they do under Windows on the same machine. This is particularly noticeable when watching HD video or playing ...
I have had significant problems with watching flash video in 64-bit Ubuntu. Does anyone know of a good way to get flash running on the platform?