GoLive CS2 was also included as part of Adobe Creative Suite 2. Although one more version would later be released by Adobe, GoLive would eventually be replaced by Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 in Creative Suite 3.
End of supportEdit
On December 15, 2012, activation servers for CS2 applications were shut down. Registered users who wished to continue using GoLive CS2 after that date could download a new installer from Adobe with a new serial number that could be activated without contacting a server. Some users and websites had interpreted that Adobe was giving CS2 applications away for free, but Adobe clarified that these were only for registered users and began requiring a valid existing serial number to access downloads. In May 2019, Adobe stopped providing CS2 downloads entirely.
- ↑ Why Adobe Doesn’t Understand Web Designers by Joshua Johnson, Design Shack. 2011-08-08.
- ↑ Looking to activate Creative Suite 2, Acrobat 7, or Macromedia products? by Jeff A. Wright, Adobe Community. 2012-12-13. Archived 2013-01-10.
- ↑ Recommendations for laptop specs to run CS2 and FrameMaker 8 by smittywriter412, Adobe Community. 2013-01-07. Archived 2013-01-08.
- ↑ Grab Photoshop and CS2 For Absolutely Free, Right Now by Sam Gibbs, Gizmodo. 2013-01-07.
- ↑ How do I activate CS2? (CS2 is dead) by RandomDave, Adobe Support Community. 2019-05-31.
- Adobe GoLive CS2 at Adobe (archived 2005-06-12, 2006-05-01, 2007-05-06)
- Adobe GoLive CS2 Support Center at Technology Tutorials (archived 2012-09-26)
- Adobe GoLive 911 at Futura Studios
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