TUAW reports that Adobe has posted a knowledge base article detailing a number of bugs and issues found in a slew of Adobe products running on OS X Lion. The list is quite long and seemingly affects Adobe’s entire product line, but one issue worth noting in particular is Adobe’s admission that their Flash Player in Lion results in higher CPU activity when playing YouTube videos – something Adobe concedes may be the result of disabled hardware acceleration.
– The Flash Player settings dialog does not respond to mouse clicks. If you find yourself in this state, you can use the “tab” key to change the focus to the “Close” button and use the spacebar to close the dialog. While not all settings are available, you can also use the Flash Player native control panel located in System Preferences.
– Custom native mouse cursors are not animating properly on Mac 10.7.