Various people have been wondering about this statement:
“CS3 hasn’t fully been tested under [Mac OS X] Leopard,” Adobe Chief Executive Bruce Chizen told Reuters in an interview. “If it doesn’t work, we will make the necessary adjustments.”
Here’s my take: It’s impossible to say that something has been “fully tested” on a platform that is not yet finished. Therefore, until Leopard ships (expected this Fall), Adobe can’t say with confidence that everything is A-OK. Once Leopard hits the streets, if the various product teams discover that something isn’t working well on the new OS, they’ll work on addressing the problem.
In the meantime, lots of folks at Adobe and Apple continue to work together, as they always do, to make things work as well as possible out of the gate. (The same is true with Microsoft & Windows updates.)
Anyway, I hope that provides a little peace of mind.