I can see how people would like subscriptions, but I don't see me warming up to them anytime soon. I see in other replies that you plan on keeping both options. As long as you don't try to force me into a subscription model, I'll be happy.

I went to upgrade Illustrator a couple of years ago because someone sent me a newer file. I was prepared to buy the full version. When I found I couldn't, I asked the person to resave the file as an older version. I will do my damnedest to never buy an Adobe see more subscription. Part of it is on principle. And part of it is the idea that I would not be able to open my own data files whenever I wanted.

One thing you mention is the improvements every couple of weeks. This is something I don't like. I hate it when my browser updates. Sure, some of the new features are nice, but I don't know how many times I've come across some change that reduces my productivity until I get used to it.
Andrew Boon
Yeah, we sure won't be forcing anyone into subscriptions. There are plenty of situations when one-off payments make more sense.
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