I just installed Frame 12 in all its icon-coloured glory, and now my Acrobat
955 has gone awol, Windows 7 didn't even understand the file extension any
longer. How very rude!
Hard to say how Acro 9 was extracted individually, since I installed it as
part of CS4. Since CS4 hadn't heard of Frame's rather underhanded surgery, I
had to 'uninstall' Acro 9 through CS4 first (it as still listed as installed),
before I could reinstall it. The annoying thing is that, to get myself to v.
955, I have to run through the 19 or thereabout patches, since there's no
service pack' equivalent. At least I don't have to go through the online
activation rigmarole with CS4.
... Acrobat 9? Well may you ask! The last version before the GUI madness
struck that left us keyboardists adrift, methinks, and I do like my IBM
keyboard -- unless someone can point me to the keyboard shortcuts for all the
functions packed into the menu bar on the right in v.11, and transform them
from unknown unknowns into known unknowns? I could finally use one of my Acro
11 licenses! Mind you, in my opinion even a mouse-driven menu will trump a
keyboard-driven one that is no longer available, any time of the day - a
strange way to soften me up for Acro 11, though. Nice try, Frame 12! Oh well,
Good weekend all!

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