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Adobe Version Cue

Adobe Version Cue
Developer(s) Adobe Systems
Stable release CS4 4.0.1 / November 24, 2008 (2008-11-24)
Operating system Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows
Type Revision control
License Proprietary
Website Adobe Version Cue

Adobe Version Cue was a revision control software shipped by Adobe Systems as a part of the Adobe Creative Suite. It allows users to see thumbnails of supported graphics files. Version Cue also supports collaborative reviewing of supported documents among multiple users.

Version Cue content can be examined via Adobe Bridge. The Version Cue Server is written in Java. The portal reveals that running the Version Cue server also launches a MySQL backend.

Adobe Version Cue is discontinued as of CS5.[1] Users of CS5 and later may access a Version Cue Server from CS3 or CS4 with WebDAV just like a WebDAV-enabled SVN server.

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