Why yes Adobe the root of the user’s Library folder is totally the right place for this.

I know it must be hard to use your existing ~/Library/Logs/Adobe folder because the Illustrator team seems averse to it and just plonks multiple ~/Library/Logs/Adobe Illustrator CS6, ~/Library/Logs/Adobe Illustrator 17 folders down.

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Why yes Adobe the root of the user’s Library folder is totally the right place for this.

I know it must be hard to use your existing ~/Library/Logs/Adobe folder because the Illustrator team seems averse to it and just plonks multiple ~/Library/Logs/Adobe Illustrator CS6, ~/Library/Logs/Adobe Illustrator 17 folders down.

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This is just beautiful, not only does the Flash installer window lack a shadow (Because “Flat” UI is so hot right now) it’s also seemingly running an entire web browser engine for the simple task of displaying a bit of text, a progress bar and a button. The incompetent devs even forgot to disable drag events.

Although credit where credit it due the installer progress bar DOES reach 100% now, well done Flash dev team! I mean you might have had to resort to loading an entire HTML engine, you might have go so far over budget you could no longer afford Window shadows and judging by the jump at the end of installing I have a sneaking suspicion someone wrote a “if progress > 85 then progress = 100” statement but you did it! you got the blue bar to go all the way to the end of the gutter!

This is your moment Flash dev team! Well done!

Thanks Simon for sending this in.

This is just beautiful, not only does the Flash installer window lack a shadow (Because “Flat” UI is so hot right now) it’s also seemingly running an entire web browser engine for the simple task of displaying a bit of text, a progress bar and a button. The incompetent devs even forgot to disable drag events.

Although credit where credit it due the installer progress bar DOES reach 100% now, well done Flash dev team! I mean you might have had to resort to loading an entire HTML engine, you might have go so far over budget you could no longer afford Window shadows and judging by the jump at the end of installing I have a sneaking suspicion someone wrote a “if progress > 85 then progress = 100” statement but you did it! you got the blue bar to go all the way to the end of the gutter!

This is your moment Flash dev team! Well done!

Thanks Simon for sending this in.