August 24, 2007
I’ve been using a case sensitive filesystem on my Macs for a few years now, and up until today I would have never, ever thought that this would cause a problem with a non-beta application. Especially a major application like Photoshop CS3 (that’s heavily used by web designers working on servers with case sensitive filesystems, no less). I know I’m not the only one who feels this way, either.
Since I can’t keep using Paint.NET in a VM forever, I guess I’m going to be spending my evening watching re-runs of The Office and reinstalling OSX, after only 3 months of use. Not exactly the best way to spend a Friday night.