DreamWorks’ Trolls is a fun, enjoyable, lighthearted animated musical comedy film for the entire family.
In the film, the Trolls are small, colorful, lovable creatures that are in a constant state of happiness. Trolls sing, dance, hug and are just absolutely positive creatures. In contrast, the Bergens are large creatures that can never find happiness and are of the belief that their one and only source of happiness is achieved by eating a Troll. Each year, the Bergens hold a Trollstice, a festival where the Bergens eat Trolls to experience happiness.
The Trolls, led by King Peppy, manage an escape from Bergen Town and the Bergens, and find a new home where they remain safe and hidden from the Bergens for twenty years until their new home is unexpectedly revealed and discovered.
In a race against time, Princess Poppy (King Peppy’s daughter) with the help of Branch (a gray, grumpy Troll) return to Bergen Town to save their fellow Trolls. Of course, no story is complete without some twists & turns, secrets revealed and touching, emotional moments and Trolls is no exception.
The film features the voices of an all-star cast including Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Zooey Deschanel, Russell Brand, James Corden, Gwen Stefani, Jeffrey Tambor, Christine Baranski, John Cleese and more. The soundtrack features a collection of fantastic, feel good and touching songs and the film reminds us about the true source of happiness. Trolls is definitely a movie to see!
Okay, so you haven’t made the switch to Adobe Creative Cloud and are still using Adobe Creative Suite 6; however, you’ve upgraded or are running Apple’s latest Mac OS, macOS Sierra, and now want to install Adobe Creative Suite 6 on macOS Sierra. Will it work?
While Adobe Creative Suite 6 is not officially supported on macOS Sierra and Adobe has discontinued updates and support for Adobe Creative Suite 6, you can install and run Adobe Creative Suite 6 on Apple’s latest macOS. However, if you run into problems, you are on your own so use it at your own discretion.
When you try to install Adobe Creative Suite 6 from your install disc or via a .dmg installer, you may run into an error message that goes something like “We’ve encountered the following issues . . . Installer failed to initialize . . .”
To workaround the issue, follow the steps below:
- Mount the Adobe Creative Suite 6 install disc or .dmg installer
- Open “Adobe CS6 Design Standard” (or whichever Adobe CS6 product you are trying to install)
- Right-click (or Ctrl-click) on “Install” then select “Show Package Contents”
- Go to “Contents” then “MacOS” and click “Install”
- Follow the on-screen prompts to install Adobe Creative Suite 6
If all works according to plan, Adobe Creative Suite 6 should now be installed on macOS Sierra.
Note: If you already had Adobe Creative Suite 6 installed prior to upgrading to macOS Sierra, your Adobe Creative Suite 6 products should launch normally.
For additional assistance, refer to Adobe’s support article “Installing Creative Suite on macOS 10.12 (Sierra).” Scroll down to the section labeled “Creative Suite 6 perpetual license.”
If you’ve recently updated iTunes to version 22.214.171.124 on Windows 10 Pro and noticed that your iPhone or other Apple device no longer mounts in iTunes, give the following steps a try . . . it may resolve your issue.
- Perform a search in Windows 10 for “Device Manager” then launch “Device Manager” by clicking on “Device Manager.” You can perform a search for “Device Manager” by clicking on the Start Menu button and typing “Device Manager.”
- After launching the “Device Manager” control panel, scroll down to “Universal Serial Bus controllers”. Expand the section by clicking on the arrow next to “Universal Serial Bus controllers” and check to see if “Apple Mobile Device USB Driver” appears in the list. If it does not appear in the list, proceed to step 3. If it does appear, this may not resolve your problem.
- In the “Device Manager” control panel, look for “Portable Devices.” Expand the section and locate your iPhone (or applicable Apple device).
- Right-click on your iPhone (or applicable Apple device) and select “Update Driver Software” then select “Browse my computer for driver software”.
- Navigate to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\Drivers then select “Ok”
- The driver should install/update automatically. When the install/update has completed, “Apple Mobile Device USB Driver” should appear under “Universal Serial Bus controllers” and your iPhone (or applicable Apple device) should be able to automatically mount in iTunes.