RSD vs Foundation Framer do they work...

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If I have RSD2 and Foundation Framer, can you tell me how they work together?

For example; Does RSD2 use the FF build files, but requires FF installed???

If I have both, which one should I be using to build the main web site? or both? or when should I switch/can I switch back and forth?

Is there more information that separates the differences between FF and RSD2?

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You can create a site, or part of a site, in RFF and then open it and continue in RSD. You cannot do it the other way, that is open RSD files in RFF.
RSD does not require RFF/RBB installed.
If you are just creating sites for yourself, you only need one of them, and I'd prefer RSD as it more developed and has more possibilities. If you are also crerating sites for others, who want to do work on them themselves, and if they happen to have RFF, you will also need RFF to be able to save in the .rff file format.
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I know this was asked over a year ago, but how do you import RFF to RSD? I have downloaded the RFF files to the RSD resources but unsure how to place it into my page.
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Laura K wrote:
I know this was asked over a year ago, but how do you import RFF to RSD? I have downloaded the RFF files to the RSD resources but unsure how to place it into my page.

Right click your rff project file select open with and choose rsd
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