Apple, Inc. has released an updated version of support software for its pro applications. According to Apple, Pro Application Support 4.0.1
“improves general user interface reliability for Apple’s professional applications and is recommended for all users of Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Pro, Motion, Soundtrack Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Aperture, Final Cut Express HD, Soundtrack, Logic Pro and Logic Express.”
This software update isn’t applicable only to the latest version of Pro applications but also to older versions.
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One episode over the last Christmas season still haunts me. My wife asked me to check out some Christmas cards at Hallmark website. I found a few good designs. And she told me to order them. That’s when I found out that I had no money on the bank account for my debit card. Oh, no… I purchased a new external hard disk drive without telling her a thing. It was a Christmas gift from me to my beloved iMac. I was afraid she would find out my secret purchase. Actually, I was very scared of no meals for the next several days. I had to do something very quickly. So I launched Adobe Illustrator to design a simple Christmas card
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