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    In memoriam gold trophysilver trophybronze trophy Dan Schulz's Avatar
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    No problem. I'm hoping to have a new computer in about a week (yay, I can stop bumming off of my brother, my friend, and the Aurora Public Library); when I do get it, I'm going to slap Inkscape on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaryD View Post
    Just keep in mind the fact that you can't use student editions for commercial work, and you won't be eligible for discounts if you decide to upgrade.
    Looks like Adobe has changed it position.

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    Great to hear that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaryD View Post
    Just keep in mind the fact that you can't use student editions for commercial work, and you won't be eligible for discounts if you decide to upgrade.
    While true that you are not supposed to use Adobes' student versions for any commercial (any type of money making website), you are allowed to take an upgrade path - which does save money on the full versions. Macromedia on the other hand, did not allow such upgrades, you had to pay the full version prices if you opted to go from student>commercial.

    As for getting caught - I wouldn't take the risk, what with registration and activation required these days ;-)

    Nadia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadia P View Post
    While true that you are not supposed to use Adobes' student versions for any commercial (any type of money making website), you are allowed to take an upgrade path - which does save money on the full versions.
    Hi Nadia,

    You may not have seen my follow up post, but this updated FAQ from Adobe basically says it's okay now to use student editions for commercial work.

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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophybronze trophy Nadia P's Avatar
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    CaryD
    you're right. I'm surprised, it must be a recent recent update, I'm sure I read a EUL a short time ago where it said that Education versions 'could not' be used for commercial purposes. Good news for students I'd say :-)

    PS: I did try and search for a current EUL for the latest versions, but they related to CS2 products, but I'm assuming it would be the same.

    thanks for pointing it out to me because I did miss your updated post :-)

    Nadia


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