I looked at the exchgange today and it no longer exists - at least for users prior to CS6. The link to the old exchange, which, according to the help files should be at
http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange/ does not exist. In addition to dropping support for all previous versions of the Creative Suite, has Adobe killed the exchange? Or have I got it wrong?
How can they drop the support for programs costing upwards of £1500?
Thanks for that, though I would have thought that it was unnessessary to have the .index.cfm appended.
The link I posted is the one posted on their help files. So its wrong - ever tried contacting Adobe to correct a link?
I'm not sure what Help file you're speaking of. In general, Adobe has a tendency to steer people towards the latest thing, so it's probably intentional. I found the "classic" page using a Google search, I think.
Some online Help pages have a comments area at bottom, where you might be able to post a link to the old site.
Initially I clicked on the link in my Fireworks under help. This took me to a page that only handled people with CS6 or Creative Cloud and it still does - see <http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange/> http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange/ .
Now when I click on my exchange link in Fireworks, it takes me to the Classic page as it always did in the past, only it was not called the Classic page last time I looked at it. The page that I viewed had lots of errors on it, and maybe it was one in the process of being updated. So those of us still using earlier versions than CS6 may still be able to download from the Classic exchange. Better get downloading - they may not be there for long!