Adobe Creative Cloud apps: Native M1 or using Rosetta?

Following on from my previous post about the Creative Cloud desktop app requiring Rosetta to run, there is a page on the Adobe site that highlights which Adobe apps have been packaged for Native M1 and which are still only Intel based and require Rosetta to run here.

The majority of apps have been updated to run on M1 already:

While the apps are still Intel only and require Rosetta to run on M1:

Installing Photoshop from the Create Cloud desktop app correctly identifies running on M1 and gives you the option of the native M1 version by default, or even picking the Intel version if you want to run it on Rosetta:

MacOS screenshot: windows with drop shadows

I might be late to this party to realize this since when I take screenshots of things I normally drag to select what it is that I want to capture. As I was taking a screenshot of some windows on MacOS Monterey I used the ‘capture window’ option and was surprised the screenshot of a window is captured preserving the dropshadow in the image:

I don’t know why I should be surprised by this, but wow, attention to detail is everything. That looks fantastic.