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Old 06-04-2018, 08:01 PM
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Don't Sandbox for this. I'd make a backup, then upgrade that backup (make sure you have a real backup too), then see how it works. Note that you'll likely have to re-activate CS5.

It really might be smart to move over to Adobe CC subscription... if you mostly use photoshop, it's $99/yr...not unreasonable.
Thanks for the reply. I'm backed up three ways to Sunday between Backblaze, SuperDuper!, and Time Machine, so we're good there.

As far as CS5: yeah, I'm kicking the can down road. The subscription thing chafes my posterior, but ultimately it's a business expense at the end of the day. I'm using the Big Three (Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop) regularly, so I have to spring for the whole enchilada. Such is progress, I guess...

Thanks again!
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