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Rumours, sort of, about the features for Adobe Illustrator CS3...
http://www.thinksecr...stratorcs3.html
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Anyone have any idea as to when CS3 will be released?

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Anyone have any idea as to when CS3 will be released?


I believe Adobe has a policy of not disclosing release dates.

As for upgrading to the CS3 version of Illustrator I will personally wait until Avenza releases a compatible release of MapPublisher.
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Most software manufacturers will not disclose a software release date.

Honestly feature-wise, as with most applications today, I just want a stable application without memory leaks.

I really miss AI8.

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It's probably a good idea to pass on CS3 and wait for CS4.



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I keep hearing about rendering improvement but anyone got any beta on whether it will be more stable? I wonder if it will handle gazillions of GIS features better than in the past.
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