NoOp glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Sun Feb 24 02:20:54 UTC 2008

On 02/23/2008 05:53 PM, Kim Briggs wrote:

> FYI: Adobe doesn't support 64bit systems yet, so it is not always so
> straight-forward

Actually I think it is - just install as a 32bit. What is the purpose of
trying to run FF and similar as 64bit applications? To do that is just
plain silly; particularly if you constantly run into 64bit add-on
problems. FF and other browsers aren't scientific comutational programs
where you might actually need the extra 32bits for *anything*. Just get
over the 64bit silliness with FF etc., and install as a 32bit application!

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