I'm having issues with my panels and interface being pixalated in all our creative programs after installing our creative suite 6 on my new computer - Macbook Pro Retina screen. Wondering if it is due to the new screens?
Have to add that we download our creative suite from the web which was an upgrade and it had an issue that the previous creative suite was not uploaded, however still downloaded the new software anyway. Maybe it has downloaded a trial?
This has nothing to do with trial or not or whatever, it's simply the way it is. Most Adobe apps do not support native Retina resolution and the ones that do, those being Photoshop and Lightroom, are only available to Creative Cloud customers. Still, those specific updates seem nothing but trouble, so you're probably not missing anything. For the time being simply accept that your apps will look a bit pixely. Perhaps this will get resolved in CS7...
I call this the "leap frog effect," where hardware and software development move constantly forward, but not necessarily together at the same time. This is why as a user, it's often better to NOT be an early-adopter, but rather "with the crowd."
And yes, since Apple didn't provide information or sample hardware much ahead of time - most applications were not prepared for the retina displays. And updating to support the displays is not always trivial (especially with all the bugs in the Apple APIs you have to work around).
Thanks Mylenium. I did some searching around after I posted this and found this to be the case. Have updated Photoshop and Illustrator for the new retina screen and they look amazing. Thanks for the post.
Thanks for the posts Chris. Have updated the programs and they look loads better. I can understand once one thing moves forward they all then have to catch up and it takes time. The new screens are really amazing and once the programs are updated they are so beautiful to work with. Thanks again for your help.