Creative workflow efficiency and collaboration now available to Arabic designers and developers
Adobe and WinSoft, Adobe’s globalisation partner for the Middle East and Africa regions, announced the availability of Adobe Creative Suite 4 Middle East/Africa versions, allowing designers and developers who rely on the industry-leading design and development software to work in their native language. The product is available in Arabic, English (Middle Eastern), French (North African), Greek and Hebrew.
Adobe is committed to fulfilling our customer requirements globally and this release allows users across the Middle East, Africa and around the world who work in these languages to access all the advanced features of CS4 in their preferred language, said Andrew Lindstrom, Adobe?s regional manager Middle East and Africa. Designers and developers can type their text and spell check in their own languages such as Arabic. In the case of Arabic, they can run text right-to-left using an Arabic or English user interface. This is in addition to Creative Suite 4’s enhanced ability to simplify workflows across different media by making it easier to complete common tasks and move content across different applications.
The combination of Creative Suite 4 and Adobe?s Flash Player 10 software, which now supports Greek and Arabic scripts through its text engine enablement, allows new levels of creativity and expressiveness across media channels. Enhanced creative control is also made possible through visual performance improvements to speed the creative process across print, Web, video and mobile.
Creative Suite 4 Middle East/Africa versions were brought to market by WinSoft, Adobe?s strategic globalisation partner for the Middle East and Africa regions. WinSoft, a French software company based in Grenoble, specialises in the design, development, localisation and publishing of software in emerging markets.
Pricing and Availability
Adobe Flash Player 10 is available immediately as a free download for Windows, Macintosh and Linux platforms (including new support for Ubuntu 7 and 8) from www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer.
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