Adobe Photoshop project manager John Nack notes that Adobe has revised its Creative Suite FAQ to reflect that the company expects Creative Suite 3 to function normally on Snow Leopard except for a few non-critical bugs, which are detailed in a series of TechNotes posted to Adobe's support pages.

Do Adobe Creative Suite 3 products support Mac OS X Snow Leopard (v10.6)?
Adobe has worked closely with Apple throughout the Snow Leopard development and testing process. Adobe has conducted its own additional testing of our Adobe CS3 software on Mac OS X Snow Leopard, and is confident that our CS3 applications will function as expected with Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Adobe did uncover some non-critical issues, which are documented for our customers to review at http://go.adobe.com/kb/ts_cpsid_51215_en-us.

After an initial report that Creative Suite 3 would be unsupported on Snow Leopard and had not even been tested, Nack quickly clarified that Adobe had at least tested Photoshop CS3 and found it to be compatible, but the company was unable to devote the required resources to perform a complete assessment of CS3's compatibility and to fully support the software package for Snow Leopard with updates going forward.

Earlier this week, Nack revealed a handful of issues affecting Photoshop on Snow Leopard, but Adobe now appears to have gained a clearer picture of the issues affecting each component of the suite.

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