HTML Editor 12.6


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Just gotta say amazing job with the new 12.6 HTML editor. I bought it this morning, I couldn't pass a deal like that up. I use CoffeeCup everyday at work for non-template Html5 sites and then when i get home, I work on my own Wordpress websites using CoffeeCup. The new preview is alot easier to use and now that it refreshes automatically I'm in love all over again. I've been using CoffeeCup for almost 8 years, with over half of that time just using the Free version. When I changed career paths to web development I spent some money and bought the paid version of CoffeeCup. The support for this software is amazing, and the new products being pushed it seems almost non-stop are above standard. Keep up the great work CC. Another satisfied customer.


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Just run some quick tests on 12.6 build
-when you select F11 its very slow to display the screen preview (on average 15 secs) . Version 12.5 was much faster in fact almost instantaneous.
-same problem occurs when you select F12 split screen now very slow to display.
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It's very fast on my Win7 64 bit. What system you running Dave?
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

Here's my S-Drive site with
examples of what can be accomplished in VSD.
http://progrower.coffeecup.com/
Here's my CoffeeCup SCCP Shop with examples of what can be done.
http://progrower.coffeecup.com/shop/


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Dave Butler wrote:
Just run some quick tests on 12.6 build
-when you select F11 its very slow to display the screen preview (on average 15 secs) . Version 12.5 was much faster in fact almost instantaneous.
-same problem occurs when you select F12 split screen now very slow to display.

Do you have scripts on your page that reference 3rd party services?
"Do you want to make cool responsive website layouts? Check out Responsive Layout Maker Pro and start creating your own responsive layout design now at at http://www.coffeecup.com/responsive-layout-maker-pro/ "


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Eric Rohloff (Rolly) wrote:
It's very fast on my Win7 64 bit. What system you running Dave?


MS Windows XP Professional 32-bit SP3
CPU
AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-60 39 °C
Tyler 65nm Technology
RAM
2.00 GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 249MHz (4-4-4-12)
Motherboard
Dell Inc. 0UW744 (Socket M2/S1G1) 45 °C
Graphics
Default Monitor (1280x800@60Hz)
ATI video (Dell)
Hard Drives
156GB SAMSUNG SAMSUNG HM160HI (SATA) 45 °C
Optical Drives
PBDS DVD+-RW DS-8W1P
Audio
SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC
Dave Butler
Yorkshire
England

Old Rishworthians Rugby Union Football club http://www.orrufc.co.uk
Tuxedo Junction Yorkshire Function Band http://www.riley-tuxedojunction.co.uk
The Commons Guest House http://www.thecommons-guesthouse.co.uk
all created with Coffee Cup html editor


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Scott Swedorski wrote:
Dave Butler wrote:
Just run some quick tests on 12.6 build
-when you select F11 its very slow to display the screen preview (on average 15 secs) . Version 12.5 was much faster in fact almost instantaneous.
-same problem occurs when you select F12 split screen now very slow to display.

Do you have scripts on your page that reference 3rd party services?


Hi Scott
Something strange happening f11 and f12v response times were slow last few days during working hours 9am 7pm UK time.
Just come on now 1:30 am UK time when its quiet and speeds are back to normal as per version 12.5.
Will run more tests during the day. Could be a ISP provider problem.
Dave Butler
Yorkshire
England

Old Rishworthians Rugby Union Football club http://www.orrufc.co.uk
Tuxedo Junction Yorkshire Function Band http://www.riley-tuxedojunction.co.uk
The Commons Guest House http://www.thecommons-guesthouse.co.uk
all created with Coffee Cup html editor


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Dave Butler wrote:
Scott Swedorski wrote:
Dave Butler wrote:
Just run some quick tests on 12.6 build
-when you select F11 its very slow to display the screen preview (on average 15 secs) . Version 12.5 was much faster in fact almost instantaneous.
-same problem occurs when you select F12 split screen now very slow to display.

Do you have scripts on your page that reference 3rd party services?


Hi Scott
Something strange happening f11 and f12v response times were slow last few days during working hours 9am 7pm UK time.
Just come on now 1:30 am UK time when its quiet and speeds are back to normal as per version 12.5.
Will run more tests during the day. Could be a ISP provider problem.

I asked this in my last message. Do you have scripts on your page that reference 3rd party services?

"Do you want to make cool responsive website layouts? Check out Responsive Layout Maker Pro and start creating your own responsive layout design now at at http://www.coffeecup.com/responsive-layout-maker-pro/ "


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Guess I made a suggestion when I should have posted here as this problem has been prevalent in all versions of the HTML editor that I've used:

Suggestion:

1) Correct the problem with F3 clearing the find information after making first correction:

a) Ctrl f (Brings up Find Window)
b) Either have find content already highlighted or type it in.
c) Click Find button or press Ctrl f. Finds first instance. You correct it or content that appears within it.
d) Press F3. Does not find next instance of same content.

Sometimes you may want to correct different content in, say, all image tags. Using Find for "<img " works on only first image tag found. To keep using Find without repeating steps "a" to "c", you normally use F3 which will not work after first correction made.

Hope I explained that correctly.


That's from: Suggestions for CoffeeCup HTML Editor

Also, have a problem with the Clipboard being emptied if you copied something and accidentally hit Ctrl c again when trying to paste in a blank spot. Apparently it copies the "blank" content instead of retaining the paste content allowing you to correct yourself with Ctrl v.
Ron

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