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It really would be a wonderful thing if you were able to code html , Css, Js etc. Inside BB & FF. and also be able to use & do localhost, Emmet livestyle, live preview, open up BB & FF with any editors like Atom, Brackets, SublimeText etc. also would be nice if i could use my CoffeeCup color palette manager , CoffeeCup Website Color Schemer with inside BB or FF as well and any other plugin's. :D
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Georgette Grey wrote:
Yes, the ability to import is a must. And please, unlike Pinegrow, release your documentation in PDF form.
And Some better tutorials on how to use the darn thing as well !


Thank you!
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BIG E wrote
It really would be a wonderful thing if you were able to code html , Css, Js etc. Inside BB & FF.


This is me talking not CC Team
Why buy an app that is famous for creating stunning web-sites without the need to touch code (html & CSS) if all you want to do after getting it is start touching it. If you really want then you can get stuck into the code after exporting,,

To allow all the people that use CC apps the ability to mess about with the code from within would be in my opinion very dangerous (as I am sure you are aware by giving the choice some users who don't really know what they are doing with code etc, would still have a go just because the option is there),, imagine then how much trouble & additional work there would be for us here on the forum and for the CC team sorting out the mess because someone made a mess up.
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It looks as using Colour Palette Manager is planned, but not enabled yet.
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Inger wrote:
It looks as using Colour Palette Manager is planned, but not enabled yet.

Color Palette Manager works within all of the apps (RSD, FF, BB) for me.

Big E wrote:
also would be nice if i could use my CoffeeCup color palette manager , CoffeeCup Website Color Schemer with inside BB or FF

Website Color Schemer is currently shown as discontinued and replaced by Color Palette Manager. You can import palettes from WCS into CPM

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Inger wrote:
It looks as using Colour Palette Manager is planned, but not enabled yet.


CPM Works for me
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How did you manage that? I only get the error message saying 'CPM is needed'.
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Inger do you have CPM?

ChefScott wrote:
You can import palettes from WCS into CPM

My mistake WCS palettes are not able to be imported into CPM. :(

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Please add the meta 'Author' to 'Page settings'.
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Please adept key-combinations like cmd+shift+n to create a new folder in the resources panel and cmd+n to create a new page in the project management panel ...
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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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