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    Hello friends,


    So far, we have received very little response on the survey form that we floated to understand your pain points better.

    A lot of our product decisions are driven by your inputs, so make sure you are taking this opportunity to voice your issues!

    Link to the survey form : https://survey.adobe.com/jfe/form/SV_cGbDwd2k1gfpIOO

    Requesting all of you to please fill the survey form. It will take less than 2 mins!


    Thanks in advance.

    Saurav

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    Mikael Bergström commented  · 

    Right now, InDesign is the only thing keeping me on my Adobe subscription. I'm a teacher so I get the whole package even if I just need the one; if I felt anything came close to InDesign (Affinity Publisher and Scribus both have a LONG way to go) I'd end it right then and there. Affinity Designer is *almost* there – it's not quite as good with non-destructive editing through effects etc, and it doesn't have Actions, but Affinity are working on getting scripting/plugin programming support and once that's done I'm guessing the community will quickly fill any holes. I'll probably try my hand at it myself.

    I don't think multithreading will happen in any meaningful way unless Adobe tear the whole thing down and start from scratch. The codebase is extremely old, after all. And I'm guessing a total teardown-rewrite isn't going to happen because the userbase for Illustrator is probably much smaller than the one for the rest of the Adobe suite. Also: why the heck would they? The subscription model means they have NO interest in doing any actual work. As long as people are locked into their eco system, they don't have to do anything, they have no incentive to improve anything for current users – only to add new features to entice *new* users into the fold.

    Improvements to basic functionality doesn't sell subscriptions.

    But I'd love for Adobe to prove me wrong here. Until they do, I'll keep looking for something to replace InDesign with, and then I'm jumping ship.

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