Posted: 29 Apr 2009 10:02 PM PDT
Ever come across something frustrating while using Adobe Flash or any of the other Creative Suite applications for that matter, but felt like there was no-one listening? Well feel alone no more! Dear Adobe is a Web site (totally unaffiliated with Adobe), that allows users to submit painful problems and gripes about Adobe’s entire suite of Web and design applications, including Flash.
You Got a Problem, Punk?
Don’t like the way Flash is so fussy with fonts? Hate the way the Flash IDE interface is so cumbersome? Then get it off your chest at Dear Adobe. You can vote for other people’s gripes or leave a message to a fellow Adobe sufferer to let them know they are not alone.
The site is strangely addictive. Not only because the gripes are honest and funny, but by simply entering your own personal gripes, you actually feel better for getting the issue off your chest!
The site has become so popular in fact that Adobe now visit the site to get first-hand user feedback and, better still, they now have their own page on the site called “Adobe Responses” that show official responses from Adobe to some of the questions and gripes posed.
Top 25 Flash Gripes
Here are the top twenty-five gripes people have posted for Adobe Flash. Are they the same gripes you have about Flash? What bugs you the most about using Flash?
(Numbers in parenthesis indicate total number of votes at the time of writing.)
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