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Adobe Systems Inc. has been ordered by a Judge in the US to stop selling its InDesign program and to remove it from all shops because they illegally used parts of someone else's software in it. Adobe had been taken to court by Trio Systems, makers of the database program C-Index, because they said the Adobe use of their software was more than a contract between the companies had allowed. Adobe has said that it will comply with the ruling, although it thinks it is wrong because Version 2.0 of InDesign will be coming out within a month, and that doesn't use any of Trio's software.
News source: LA Times - Adobe Barred From Distributing InDesign