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Macintosh Acrobat plug-ins need to be modified in order to support Adobe Acrobat 7

JANUARY 5, 2005 — Current Macintosh versions of Adobe Acrobat plug-in software will not work with Adobe Acrobat 7. According to Lori DeFurio, Adobe's Developer Evangelist, the reason is:
"Apple Computer has strongly recommended that all product development be done under Mach-O, instead of the older, deprecated PEF platform. As a result, and because continuing to support PEF means that Adobe would have to write substantial bridge code, Adobe has opted to move Acrobat to a fully compliant Mach-O application.

"This allows [Adobe's] developers and customers a forward-looking perspective on the technology, allowing plug-ins to have maximum compatibility with future versions of the Apple OS X."
This issue is being discussed extensively amongst developers of Macintosh Acrobat plug-ins, and mainstream plug-in developers are working on plans to make the required modifications to their plug-in software as soon as possible.

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