General Questions


Registered User
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I downloaded all three OS X programs. The Web Image Studio opens, but I get an error code for the Web Form Builder and Web Editor. [ Cannot use this version of the application Web Editor(Web Form Builder) with this version of Mac OS X]

I have an iMac and a MacBook. Both had the same message.

The processor is: 2.1 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo / Mac OS X Version 10.5.8

I updated the software.

Is there something else I need to do?

Thank you.
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I answered my own question regarding the error message. It runs on my husband's Mac that is running the Mac OS X Lion.

I figured somebody else may have the same question.

susan
"If you always do what you always did, then you will always get what you always got."


Registered User
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Hi,
Downloaded web editor last night. It is nothing like the windows html editor...Almost seems as if
I have only 1/2 a program...I tried saving a file, using html ext. Would not let me..When I used the
ext that was suggested, only partial page was available for view and it was garbled..

I also tried to find where you could work on a page from online...Where can you open web pages?

Looks like the editor is about 2mb, while the windows editor has over 40mb...I think...This leads me to
believe that the os x I downloaded is missing a lot! I was only able to download the app, and there
was nothing to download the main program if there is one...

Hoping this is the case. I was tired last night, so will try again tonight!
Hoping there is more to this program than what I have!

The windows editor had everything...I am not even getting a help section...When I click on the help button, I get the help for the MAC and not the program!

Should I uninstall the program and try reinstalling? Something seems off kilter!

Thanks,
Ann


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Where on the Coffee Cup Web Page (Other than the question posted the day after I downloaded my three programs) does it state that the programs require OSX LION to run? I saw the note that it requires an Intel MAC, but nowhere can I find it will not run on OSX Leopard (10.5). I'm bummed


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Byron Ellis wrote:
Where on the Coffee Cup Web Page (Other than the question posted the day after I downloaded my three programs) does it state that the programs require OSX LION to run? I saw the note that it requires an Intel MAC, but nowhere can I find it will not run on OSX Leopard (10.5). I'm bummed
Seems to be working fine on our Leopard install 10.6.8 with our iMac and Macbook Pro.


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10.6.x would be Snow Leopard, I have 10.5 Leopard (without the Snow):(. If it works on 10.6, that will save a little upgrade money, but I'm still disappointed that they had no minimum OS level stated before sending money. Could somebody post the minimum software and hardware requirements? I have a Mac Mini and an IMac G5 both with Intel Core 2 Duo and 4GB RAM. Both have Leopard 10.5.8 Which continue to serve me well. What else would I have to upgrade?


Support Specialist
80 posts

Chris Gamble wrote:
I'm going through the SampleProject1 and having problems with hotkey combinations:

("Found what you’re looking for? Hit ?+3 or ?+4 to focus the left/top editor or right/bottom editor, respectively. ") This combination moves my spaces to a new Mac desktop.

("The Web Editor has two hot key combinations to help you out: Ctrl+? to list all opened files and ?+T to locate any file that fuzzily matches the few characters you enter.")These combinations don't seem to do anything. Is the Ctrl+? control + right arrow?

I'm running Lion OS X 10.7.2. Thanks for your help:)


Hi Chris,

I have tested it on Lion and it is working fine for me. It is possible that you have changed the shortcuts in your OS (System Preferences) so now the cmd key is assigned to another operation and therefore the command does not work in your system. The command to show the opened files is cmd+tab.
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Support Specialist
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Suz wrote:
I answered my own question regarding the error message. It runs on my husband's Mac that is running the Mac OS X Lion.

I figured somebody else may have the same question.

susan


Hi Susan,

It works on Snow Leopard too, so you should have at least 10.6.x .

Let us know if you need anything else.
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Support Specialist
80 posts

Byron Ellis wrote:
10.6.x would be Snow Leopard, I have 10.5 Leopard (without the Snow):(. If it works on 10.6, that will save a little upgrade money, but I'm still disappointed that they had no minimum OS level stated before sending money. Could somebody post the minimum software and hardware requirements? I have a Mac Mini and an IMac G5 both with Intel Core 2 Duo and 4GB RAM. Both have Leopard 10.5.8 Which continue to serve me well. What else would I have to upgrade?


Hi Byron,

Yes, it works on 10.6.x, that is the minimum version you should have. I will pass the suggestion to add the software and hardware info on the Web Editor page, sorry for the troubles.
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Registered User
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I didn't see any mention of SFTP or FTPS or GIT/CVS functionality in web editor. These are major functions that I need since I work on several projects where the files are stored and run on remote servers. Is this functionality included? Or is it something your planning on adding? Either way the software looks good, I'm going to download and try it out. Currently I'm using Coda on the Mac and Notepad++ occasionally on windows.
One more question, I do a lot of php and MySQL, will php and JavaScript render in the preview plane? This would be very handy otherwise I have to move them over and run them on the remote server to see if it's working correctly.

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