GoLive 6, LiveMotion 2 Shipping, Photoshop 7 Announced -- Adobe is now shipping GoLive 6, its professional Web design tool. In addition to Mac OS X compatibility, GoLive 6 adds workgroup and dynamic content authoring capabilities. LiveMotion 2, also now shipping, improves several Web animation tools and runs under Mac OS X. GoLive costs $400, with updates priced at $100; LiveMotion carries the same pricing as GoLive, but a limited time introductory price of $200 is currently in effect for new users; both programs can be purchased in a bundle for $450. Garnering more attention, however, was the announcement of Photoshop 7, which adds new features and runs natively under Mac OS X. It is expected to ship in the second quarter of 2002 for $600, or $150 for upgrading users. [JLC]
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GoLive 6, LiveMotion 2 Shipping, Photoshop 7 Announced
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