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Just a thought. Coke had their original flavor and wanted to tweek it thinking it was for the better with all the hype from challenger Pepsi, then what happened, Coke drinkers didn't care for the New Coke so then Coke said we'll sell original Coke and New Coke. I don't see New Coke anymore, so the original Coke won and I think they still have more sales than Pepsi. Maybe Adobe can try something like this and see which one users like more. If Adobe can stick to helping users in lieu of putting out new junk under the sales pitch of newer is better, they may win back users that went to the challenger(Bluebleam).Anonymous supported this idea ·
To the person who commented that "DC is so inferior to XI - I have to find something else." Our company switched to BlueBeam. I'm one of the few that have both programs loaded on my computer as I am a long time user of Adobe and still have hope in that they can undo DC and go back to the older versions layout. If in the next few years this cannot be accomplished, I most likely won't be posting to this board as I will have switched over completely to keep cost down.
I also liked the XI version better than the DC version. Even the 9 and X were great to use. In my opinion, Adobe took a step backwards. Hopefully they can make corrections by having their people take a look at 9, X, XI and improve on that and call DC an experimental error. Didn't Microsoft do this in one of their upgrades when the masses complained about the layout. If not more will be inclined to jump ship to Bluebeam which looks more familiar like the older Adobe versions.
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