This is just yet another way Adobe is taking a Sh*t on Apple. It started with not having a Premiere Pro and Encore version for Macs, which meant that none of the integration features for After Effects, Premiere, and Encore that were available for easy use on the PC are not available on a mac... Adobe seems to be pissed at Apple for making Final Cut Pro and Motion, which is sees as direct rivals for Premiere and After Effects... and is taking it out on their consumers instead.
Maybe if Adobe updated Premiere and After Effects with innovative features 3-4 years ago instead of waiting for Apple to come up with them and then stealing them from Apple, users wouldn't have given up on Premiere and jumped to FCP so fast. I use to use Premiere, but once FCP came out and blew it away, I switched, as everyone who has a brain would.
This is there own fault, and now they are just continuing to upset the Mac user consumers, some of them who have bought Adobe software for almost 2 decades now since Photoshop. And they continue to by having features in version 7 that are only available to PC users. If anyone went to any of the Adobe Presentations where they showed AE 6.5 and Premiere Pro off, they can tell you that when ever anyone brought up Mac, the Adobe people pretty much talked about the mac as though it was useless and inferior to a PC.
Adobe better watch it before Steve comes up with a replacement for Photoshop and Illustrator.
On a side note, I'm glad they finally fixed the motion stretch feature in After Effects. Adjusting the speed of any clip in After Effects always made video look like complete ass compared to FCP's and Avid's methods of time stretching. It took 7 versions to fix that major problem, Probably won't be until version 9 or 10 that they make it Universal.