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Poll: Does OS X make you upgrade your software?

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Well....usually I really 'fall behind' when comes to software. I don't really upgrade that much unless there's a real need

However with OSX I really start upgrading those major apps I am using.....

First.....Cinema 4D (free upgrade fortunately)......then Illustrator 10....then After Effects 5.5.....now Final Cut Pro 3.

The next one probably is Photoshop 7. And it should be the last big app that I need to upgrade in the next 18 months.

After Photoshop. I will just leave other smaller apps "as is". I will leave Dreamweaver, Office, QuarkXpress to run under Classic.

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Yes, I'm purchasing upgrades to Office, ViaVoice, After Effects, Illustrator, Final Cut Pro, and I'll (hopefully) soon be getting upgrades to GoLive and Photoshop. LiveMotion is the only upgrade I don't consider important enough to purchase, especially with AE under my belt.
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I tried LiveMotion....but didn't like it
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LiveMotion is ok but with the Flash capabilities in AE, why use it? Still, I like its interface a lot more than Flash's, though I only used it once in a seminar. I got lost halfway through
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