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[filmscanners] Re: Installing PS 7 under OS X

On 4/26/02 9:29 AM, "Simon Lamb" <simon@sclamb.com> wrote:

> When you install the PS 7 upgrade under OS X, does it in effect install two
> versions, those being the native OS X version and the other being the native
> OS 9.2 version?  Also, does it install over the top of PS 6 or should I
> remove PS 6 first?

I ran the installer CD while booted in OS X (10.1.4).  It created one folder
containing a carbonized Photoshop 7 and a carbonized ImageReady 7.  These
applications will run in either OS X or OS 9.

Strangely, I read a report from someone else who claimed that he ended up
with separate OS X and OS 9 applications.  I can't explain that.  Maybe he
was smoking something and had double vision.  Or perhaps that was the design
for some of the beta versions.

The PS 7 installer creates a new folder - it does not install into the PS 6
folder, and you should not choose that folder as the install location.  I
let OS X application installers use their default locations, usually at top
level in /Applications.  This is because many of the updaters are stupid -
they expect to find files in the default location, and fail if they don't.

I think (altough I am not certain of this) that if you are installing the PS
7 upgrade product, it will see a pre-exiting PS 6 installation as proof of
prior purchase.  Then you only need to enter the new s/n from the PS 7
product.  After installing PS 7, you can delete PS 6.  If you delete PS 6
before installing PS 7, you may need to enter a s/n or mount a CD from an
earlier version.

Julian Vrieslander <julianv@mindspring.com>

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