I just figured out one reason why you have to "repair" CS 4 Applications if you move them after installing, even if you move them before the first time you run them.
Because if you don't, the Adobe Updater doesn't know where they are, and so instead of telling you "Hey, I know you installed <applications>, but they're not in the same place, do you want me to look for them?", maybe with an option for the drive/folders/etc., the updater just fails silently if you run it from /Utilities/Adobe Utilities/Adobe Updater6/
Why is it that when I move Office, I can update it just fine, but CS has no clue how to handle this? (Yes, I know, Apple is even stupider about it. However, as I said on Nack's site, just because Billy kicks a puppy every morning, it's still wrong for you to punch a baby at lunch. 7-year-old logic is not valid.)
Oh, and what a grand, intuitive name for the CS4 Updater Folder: Updater6. Man, could you even begin to get more intuitive? I don't see how.
Adobe: Simplicity is our enemy
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