Suggestions for Responsive Content Slider


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Graham Wiseman wrote:
For a relative newbie like me, dependent on the themed examples to understand how the app really works, I would love to be able to have two projects open simultaneously and the ability to switch between windows. It's a bit of a pain having to save what I'm doing, close my project and open one of the themes in order to check or re-check how to do something.

Is there a plan for a feature like this to be available? (This suggestion also applies to Responsive Site Designer).

I can see the app is really powerful and you've done a great job on the interface, however, the "user manual" is a bit "thin" for someone like me :-(


you can if you use windows operating

Simply drop RCS icon to the task bar,, then by right clicking the icon it gives you a list of project files you can have as many as you like open at the same time (I often have 3)
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Sounds like a crowbar-kind of work-around to me. Normally on a mac you can open as many documents in one app as you'd like. It's basic Mac functionality for crying out loud! Not being able to to this in Coffeecup software is just a flaw of it's core language it has been written in.

Same goes for it's interface-response-time. I've got pretty fast stuff here, but it's only Coffeecup's software that has a respons-time of about 0.5-1.0 second when clicking a pop-up. That's pretty slow.

I do like the software (functionality) a lot, but the look-and-feel UX-wise is off. It doesn't feel like a mac app. It's not intuitive, it's slow, it lacks basic mac-app functionality.
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rvanheukelum wrote:
Sounds like a crowbar-kind of work-around to me. Normally on a mac you can open as many documents in one app as you'd like. It's basic Mac functionality for crying out loud! Not being able to to this in Coffeecup software is just a flaw of it's core language it has been written in.

Same goes for it's interface-response-time. I've got pretty fast stuff here, but it's only Coffeecup's software that has a respons-time of about 0.5-1.0 second when clicking a pop-up. That's pretty slow.

I do like the software (functionality) a lot, but the look-and-feel UX-wise is off. It doesn't feel like a mac app. It's not intuitive, it's slow, it lacks basic mac-app functionality.


Works perfectly well on Windows don't know about Mac wouldn't have one given
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A zoom in zoom out tool like on the other stuff
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Please add all (other) measurement units, not just px/em.
Ontwerpzaam | Papendrecht, The Netherlands
27" iMac i5 3.1GHz / 32GB RAM / 4TB SSHD / 1GB VRAM - macOS 10.12.6 Sierra
Switched from Softpress' Freeway to Coffeecup Responsive Design software

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