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Hi David.Forget adobe and use Preview - it's installed in your imac.Single click a document. then go to File - Get Info in the menu bar.Near the bottom of the window that opens you will see thisChange the bit where it says Open With, to Previes and then click the button underneath that says Change All. This will change all Adobe PDF files and other PDF files so that they open with preview - that's how it works on all the macs here, no Adobe Reader at all.
You should be able to if you are using quark license administrator as QLA uses the ethernet address commonly known as the MAC address and this is hard wired on the computer and not the hard drive to verify the license.
I had the same thing happen when I switched from os9 to osx. I had to install the programs, Quark, Illustrator, etc. then the icons appearance was normal. You may also have to actually open the program, then open the files themselves before the icons show as normal.
The first place to look is your permissions. Open your utilities folder in your applications folder and launch **** utility. Click on your hard drive icon and click the repair disk permissions button. It may take a few moments to run. That might solve your problem.
If that does not solve the problem. Open library/preferences/Quark. Move the pref' doc in that folder onto you desktop (don't trash yet) try relaunching the app. If still not working trash the pref' and try again.
If all that fails I'm afraid you'll have to re-install the app'