Dov said:

"Although MacOS X has UNIX underpinnings, the difficult
stuff relating to user interfaces, font access, output,
etc. is all exclusive to MacOS X"

In other words, the difficult stuff has all been dealt with for 
GoLive, Illustrator, InDesign, etc. etc. So Adobe employs people who 
know how to get a document to print on a Mac, even under the 
formidably taxing OSX. It just chose not to put them to work on FM, 
because there was little demand for its previous, non-OSX, 
new-feature-thin FM upgrades. Terrific.

Graeme Forbes

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