Opera Integrates With Upcoming Adobe Suite

Opera has just announced that its popular internet browser will be integrated into the upcoming release of the Adobe Creative Suite. Neowin exclusively reported several weeks ago, that Adobe planned to launch Photoshop CS2 this coming May. Creative Suite 2 products (including GoLive) will use the Opera browsing engine to preview output.

"Adobe Creative Suite 2 is a complete design environment that accelerates publishing workflows for print, the Web, and mobile platforms," said John Brennan, senior vice president of Creative Professional products at Adobe. "The advanced rendering technologies and open standards provided by Opera's advanced Web browser ensure that designers using Adobe Creative Suite 2 can create and realize their best work, for output online or to the latest handheld devices."

Adobe will make heavy use of Opera Small-Screen Rendering technology, which allows for simulated output of content on different screen sizes. (Proving very useful for web designers and graphic artists who today, must create platform-independent content)

View: Opera Press Release

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