Where can I buy or purchase it online?
Any body can help? It took me a whole day to find any link where to purchase it within Canada!! No chance.
I presume you are speaking of buying the ME version.
You should be able to buy directly from Adobe, I think, or try In-Tools.com. They were a licensed reseller for the ME version in previous versions.
I already downloaded the trial version of CS6 English with Arabic enabled.
It works awesome. But when I apply for BUY it does not give me an opportunity to select English with Arabic Enabled.
Previous version the called it ME version but not any more in Ver.6. And the world font and winsoft int'l. were the third parties up to ver. 5
I have only tree weeks left to use trial ver. Can some one help or give me the link?!
The English version has the World Ready composer, but not all of the features of the ME version, which is still available. The World Ready composer can be exposed using a script, and for simple work that may be enough, but for more complex right-to-left work you will want to at least look at the World Tools plugin from In-Tools.com, or you may really need the full ME version.
If you opt for the ME version you must uninstall the English version you have installed. You cannot have more than one regionalization of any version running on a single machine.
Hi Peter, thanks for this bit of information, but what I need to know is, where to actually purchase the ME version online.
Could you give me a link please?
I checked the regional online Adobe store for Israel and there is a choice of purchasing an English -Hebrew Enabled version, but I'm not certain this is the ME version
I need the English-Arabic, not the English-Hebrew. I'm in Malta, so I would need to use the Malta store. It's not giving me the option for purchasing the English-Arabic version. Are there any retailers that I could go to?
Indesign ME includes both Hebrew and Arabic
When you install it you will be given the choice of which interface language you want.
English, Hebrew, Arabic and I think Greek
There is a North African version that also includes French.
Either way the ones sold in Israel are ME and are good for Arabic and the ones sold in Iran are good for Hebrew (I pressume they sell them in Iran).
I think this is Adobe's attempt a forwarding the "Peace Process"