As my friend Simeon would say. So I download the new Adobe Acrobat Reader 6. I run the installer, and it asks where to save it, so I say Applications. Then I realize it is downloading the installer (I never pay attention, I am a Mac user!)
So I cancel it and it asks what I want to do. Resume next time, resume on restart, or cancel and delete the partially downloaded file. I choose the later, so I can download to the desktop.
I relaunch the Adobe Download Manager and now it says “No files to download”
ROFL. Why on EARTH do engineers continue to have to show the size of their slide ruler by writing overly complicated, more likely to break software? Why why why?
Just let me download the damned installer already. Sigh.
Update: I have tossed every Adobe file I can find modified today, and yet the Adobe Download Manager refuses to let me download Acrobat 6. Too bad for them I guess.