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Wow.. I had to watch a couple of her other Videos to make sure I wasn't “jumping the gun” on this issue.. so I did and... DUMB AS A BOX OF ROCKS!
She asks her Dad “Is this the 10 or the X?” and her Dad quickly informs her that it's “the 10.” She then lets us all know that “It's the 10, Not The X, and Don't Forget it."
Shazam-Wow.. it must be awful to be her brain! whew.. just the way she said it... Yikes!
I am wondering when Adobe is going to take care of the 5 (32 bit) Sub-Apps that my CC 2018 Installation shows.. I Tried to use the 2019 CC APPS But they run Much Slower on my 2012 MacBook Pro and Some CC 2019 Apps requires newer graphics cards. Mac Users Need 64 Bit versions of these Sub-Apps for "Catalina" this fall. Adobe is the the Only developer left WHO HAS NOT pushed 64 bit versions of those System related Apps... I can only conclude That Adobe Has Intentionally done this in order to force us to upgrade to CC 2020 in order to use the New Mac OS this Fall 2019. My 2018 CC Apps will not Load if these Sub-Apps are not 64 bit. As a Disabled Veteran I cannot afford a new $2K Macbook Pro just to be able to continue with what I have installed now. So I am ready to "Go With Throttle Up" this fall with Affinity Publisher + Designer & Photo. When I first tried the "StudioLink" feature in Publisher I was BLOWN AWAY! It lets you Bring up the other 2 Apps ToolSets right in Publisher! ... and the Ultra-Smooth Panning And Zooming was delightful. Now I gotta hurry up and learn Affinity before Adobe gets any more Obnoxious & Buggy this Fall.