adobe and case sensitivity

Adobe why? I formatted my Mac as case sensitive HFS+ because, well, lets face it, capital letters are different from lower case letters. Imagine how disappointed I felt when I got round to installing Flash on my case sensitive filesystem. It didn’t help that it was the last thing I did after installing leopard and setting up my files and applications, since there doesn’t seem to be a way of converting case sensitive HFS+ to case insensitive HFS+.

Luckily for me, Adobe wrote a helpful tech note on this issue, and by ‘helpful’ I actually mean jaw droppingly unhelpful.

Was I asking for trouble?

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