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    Loren LorenMiller2. Miller commented  · 

    I can't remember if I posted the ultimate cure to this issue-- MOVE YOUR FAVORITE APPS TO THE DOCK. Drag 'em right from your Applications folder to the Dock. Launch 'em from there. It's sweet, lean and mean. No more all or nothing, no older versions to sift through, no more faint type, or other puzzle-solving. Just group them in your dock (or whatever Windows users have).

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    Loren LorenMiller2. Miller commented  · 

    Nice markup. Exciting to see the Product Manager gets it.

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    Loren LorenMiller2. Miller commented  · 

    Angry and violent? Naw. Annoyed yes. I think we should see a little more imagination in how beginner, intermediate, and expert users access their apps. More beta testing? Beginners appreciate the icons. Experts do transparent keyboard shortcuts to launch. So I'm somewhere between the two. Many respondents are as annoyed as I am-- we're paying Adobe 600/year to access their apps-- we don't need a maze, or a hard to read side list of categories.

    We don't need to see every app offered, let us get a compact view which gives us access to just INSTALLED apps, then ratchet that display down from full data with What's New and Learning links for each, to just a nice modest collapsable palette of icons-- and associated keyboard launch shortcuts. That should put the matter to rest.

    If you care about the apps-- you put care into the gateway.

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    Loren LorenMiller2. Miller commented  · 

    Here's an elegant solution: get Keyboard Maestro from Stairways Software, and create keyboard macros which open each app. Then you need only to visit the Cloud app for special reasons- because, there IS so much there.

    Unless....perhaps Adobe would like to create a mechanism just like it to launch from keyboard? Something we can customize to our own mnemonics?

    Or, have an option which isn't so in-your-face by clicking a Minimize button which switches us to our very own palette with all the signature app icons. Especially if they represent only my installed apps. I could easily live with that.

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    Loren LorenMiller2. Miller commented  · 

    Please stop tinkering with the compact desktop app and turning it into a Panavision frenzy of bells and whistles.

    I do not subscribe to Adobe to worship the desktop app. I want it in compact list form to quickly select the app I want to use. In fact, the list of All Apps and Installed Apps should be reversed so that Installed Apps comes up first-- those are the ones I've selected to install, for rapid entry.

    Thank you!

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