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February 8, 2009

mac os x adobe cs4 master collection

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , — heredago @ 18:06

Je n’ai pas téléchargé ici mais cette méthode simple et efficace (entre autres)…
Les SN

edit the Host-file.
and BLOCK with LittleSnitch !

You can use terminal to give TextEdit root access to the hosts file. Open a terminal window and enter the following:

sudo /Applications/ /etc/hosts

Hit return and enter your admin password when prompted and again hit return.
Your Hosts file should automatically open in TextEdit.
Add the following to the open Hosts file:

The entries should ideally be made between the existing broadcasthost and ::1localhost entries.
Save the file and quit TextEdit.
Now, If using Leopard, you should use Terminal again to flush your cache:

sudo dscacheutil -flushcache

You can also do the same in Tiger with the following Terminal command:

lookupd -flushcache

Q: Can I safely update my CS4 apps in the future? Will CS3 work alongside CS4? Does this work for PPC and Intel? Does this work in Tiger/Leopard?
A: Yes, yes, yes, yes yes yes.

Q: I want to uninstall CS4 completely. How I do this?

If you open up Photoshop and go to the Help menu -> Deactivate, there is a check box “Erase my serial number from this computer after deactivation completes.”

Once this is complete you can re-open Photoshop and it will ask you for a new serial number.

enjoy !



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