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Ernie Hodge wrote:
I guess that means we all better get 'really' good with RLM because we won't be around when RSD gets released. :D

You said RSD Ernie! That is +1 day. ;)
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Stop the madness!!!!:o:o:o:o

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I know y'all are working on it, but sooner would be better for those of us who's not so code savvy.
Patience has never been my strong point, but I understand the theory of learning RLM first, I used Dreamweaver for years and the spec of coding I learned helped me in inserting and tweaking the WYSIWYG program.
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Rick Williams wrote:
I know y'all are working on it, but sooner would be better for those of us who's not so code savvy.
Patience has never been my strong point, but I understand the theory of learning RLM first, I used Dreamweaver for years and the spec of coding I learned helped me in inserting and tweaking the WYSIWYG program.

In regards to RSD, pick any two:
  • Cheap
  • Good
  • Fast
So if you want it Fast and Good, it will not be cheap. If you want if Fast and Cheap, well it will not be good. ;)

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Scott Swedorski wrote:
Rick Williams wrote:
I know y'all are working on it, but sooner would be better for those of us who's not so code savvy.
Patience has never been my strong point, but I understand the theory of learning RLM first, I used Dreamweaver for years and the spec of coding I learned helped me in inserting and tweaking the WYSIWYG program.

In regards to RSD, pick any two:
  • Cheap
  • Good
  • Fast
So if you want it Fast and Good, it will not be cheap. If you want if Fast and Cheap, well it will not be good. ;)


Haha thats awesome! And True!
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Another thing Rick, in case you missed it, is that RLM layouts can be imported and used in RSD when it is ready. At least that was my understanding. So by no means is it a waste of time to learn RLM. I'm not sure exactly what RSD is gonna look and/or work like but I'm thinking you can create layouts in RLM, have them handy, then when you want to create a site simply import your RLM layout into RSD and add the content and viola, done! Sounds good. Now, if the good fairy can deliver, I know, soon . . .:cool:
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Gunsmoke wrote:
Another thing Rick, in case you missed it, is that RLM layouts can be imported and used in RSD when it is ready. At least that was my understanding. So by no means is it a waste of time to learn RLM. I'm not sure exactly what RSD is gonna look and/or work like but I'm thinking you can create layouts in RLM, have them handy, then when you want to create a site simply import your RLM layout into RSD and add the content and viola, done! Sounds good. Now, if the good fairy can deliver, I know, soon . . .:cool:

That is exactly how it will work. RSD will pretty much look exactly like RLM but with additional functionality. Getting to know RLM now will greatly help you when you start using RSD.
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Gunsmoke wrote:
Another thing Rick, in case you missed it, is that RLM layouts can be imported and used in RSD when it is ready. At least that was my understanding. So by no means is it a waste of time to learn RLM. I'm not sure exactly what RSD is gonna look and/or work like but I'm thinking you can create layouts in RLM, have them handy, then when you want to create a site simply import your RLM layout into RSD and add the content and viola, done! Sounds good. Now, if the good fairy can deliver, I know, soon . . .:cool:


Hey GS you should get RLMP :) I think you would hit the ground running with it in no time, even for a non-coder your a smart guy!
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Yea. It's on my 'to do' list. I'm still gettin' back on my feet after that 3 month layoff due to the 'crimp' in my neck! :cool:
Hopefully I'll be getitng it soon. Right Scott, soon . . . :D

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Yes great deal!
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