Blaquesmith wrote:Forget about Paypal, we're talking professional software here.
Blaquesmith wrote:I think Adobe's policy of changing the software to a subscription is really OK. For starting professionals like my brother, who purchased the subscription in Europe, this allows him to work with the software without having to make a huge investment at the beginning.
I think Adobe's site use the geolocation of your browser to present the site in the "correct" language. Just turn off the geolocation, sign in into an Adobe website (in english language), and go from there. If the problem is caused because you registered from Taiwan, try to change your account's preferences, either by changing the language (if available) or your country of origin.
Blaquesmith wrote:this allows him to work with the software without having to make a huge investment at the beginning.
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