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Old February 28th, 2010, 06:03 PM
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Question I've Adobe CS4 Installed can I simultaneously install Macromedia Studio 8?

It's regarding Flash.

I have a program that's incompatible with Flash CS4 can I install Flash Studio 8 'on-top' & both still work?
 
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just an update I thought Macromedia & Adobe are separate & am now using both side by side - seems fine





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