Adobe is warning that Mac OS X Leopard could break its Adobe Creative Suite 3 applications.
The company is warning that its critical creative products - which include Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver - have not been fully tested with Leopard, Reuters reports.
This could present some compatibility problems when the upcoming Apple OS ships next month. Adobe has committed to addressing any incompatibility problems that may emerge.
"CS3 hasn't fully been tested under Leopard," Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen told Reuters in an interview. "If it doesn't work, we will make the necessary adjustments."
Adobe hasn't yet received a final copy of Leopard with which to complete its applications testing.