Adobe has just put out a fact sheet on the compatibility with Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). You can view the document here in PDF form.
I am trust that Adobe CS 4 creative suite, Flex Builder 3,and ColdFuson 8 will all work on Snow Leopard. I use these products daily, and I will let you know if I encouter any issues this weekend when I do the update.
I did see in the document that there is an issue with:
(1) Adobe Drive
(2) Version Cue
The CS 3 products have not been tested on Snow Leopard, so if you are not using CS 4 and planning to use Snow Leopard why not update to CS 4?
Apple announced this morning that it will ship its next version of Mac OS X, Snow Leopard, this Friday, Aug. 28 and Apple it’s already taking pre-orders for it on its Web site.
Snow Leopard — you can also call it Mac OS X 10.6, Apple is emphasizing performance over new features, calling this version “refined, not reinvented” and advertising such incremental improvements as faster start up and shutdown times, a smaller disk footprint and a more crash-resistant Web browser.
Apple is also pricing Snow Leopard low enough to make it almost an automatic upgrade from the current, already-good OS X 10.5 Leopard: just $29. If you bought a Mac after June, you can upgrade for $9.95. If your Mac doesn’t have an Intel processor inside, you can’t install Snow Leopard on that machine.