Hi. I just purchased a new Macbook Pro Retina Display and have installed CS 5.5 Design Standards to it. When I open the programs (any program: inDesign, Photoshop, etc), the image is pixelated and in low resolution. When I export what I'm working on it looks crisp and great but the software itself is pixelated. Are there any upgrades / updates for CS 5.5 that will fix this problem? Or will there be in the future? I cannot afford to get CS 6 quite yet and am wondering if I should return my Mac and downgrade to get rid of the retina display?? Thanks.
To get Retina support, you'll have to upgrade to CS6 or join the Adobe Creative Cloud.
Retina support arrive in Photoshop CS6 (13.0.1 and Cloud 13.1). It will not be added to CS5.5
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