Adobe says Photoshop Express glitch fixed

The software maker says it has fixed a bug that delayed an update to the free, Web-based photo editing tool. The planned updates are now available, it says.

Adobe Systems said on Friday that it has fixed a bug that delayed a planned update of its Photoshop Express program this week. The software maker said in a statement that the updated version of the free, Web-based photo editing program is now available.

"We're happy to report we have successfully fixed the bug that slightly delayed our newest feature update for the Photoshop Express beta," Adobe said in a statement. "New updates are now publicly available. We appreciate your patience as we focus on delivering a quality experience for our users."

Adobe had planned to go live with the update, which adds connectivity to Yahoo's Flickr service , on Wednesday, but delayed the update after the last-minute bug emerged.

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