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Adobe Flash Pro CS5.5 繁體中文版/Traditional Chinese Version


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Kody2005

Hello, I have been searching for a long time but I COULD NOT find a Traditional Chinese version of Adobe Flash Pro CS5.5.

I need it badly :(

 

And I strictly mean Traditional Chinese and CS5.5, because I need Traditional Chinese.

 

Thanks! If you find CS5 but not 5.5 then its okay :) thanks for trying to help anyways

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Nick H.
4 hours ago, Kody2005 said:

Hello...

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Brandon H

Hello

 

is there a reason you can't use the CC version? I'm guessing you don't want to do a subscription?

 

older versions (especially non English versions) tend to be hard to find through legal means. I'm not sure if the license is still allowed to be sold/distributed for that older version even.

 

you might have some better luck contacting Adobe directly for your inquiry.

 

edit: also now that flash has been EOL'd you're probably going to be hard pressed to get any Flash development products out of Adobe or any other sources now.

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goretsky

Hello,

 

You did not mention whether you were looking for a Windows or a Mac version.  Here's what I found when I went looking:

The pricing may sound a little excessive at first, but these are sealed, retail packages of a ten-year-old software package geared towards professional use, it actually turns out to be quite reasonable.

 

I would suggest contacting the sellers on eBay to confirm that either Traditional Chinese language support is included in-box, or that it can be downloaded afterwards once you have installed the software and accepted its license.

 

Regards,

 

Aryeh Goretsky

 

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