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ger donnelly wrote:
Hi I lost my hard drive last week , i lost my PC files for VSD have you made anything to allow me to download from my host provider server and be able to edit it in VSD again ?
if not you should have this ability
regards
ger

Why did you not make any backups? With so many free alternatives, backup data is even easier than ever now.

Sorry about the crash though..

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I don't use VSD, but I think it also uploads the .vnu file to a folder called 'downloads'.
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I don't use VSD, but I think it also uploads the .vnu file to a folder called 'downloads'.

Indeed it does! Just download the file with the latest date, then open that .vnu file with CC's VSD and you're back in business. The graphics may have to be re-loaded. If they are not in the same directory on your hard drive as when they were originally used then they won't show up. However, you can either put them back where they were, or delete them from your site and then re-add them. If you can't find the graphics you should be able to download them from your site on the server too. Good luck to you...
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Gunsmoke, maybe you can tell if a standalone FTP client is necessary for this operation or not. I think it is.
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Yes. I can't seem to get that menu item 'Open Published Website' to do anything. Not sure if that is for S-Drive or not but it is greyed out. I use DirectFTP to download the .vnu files. Then open them in VSD.
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It would be nice if "Web image studio" doesn't need flash anymore. ;)


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It would be nice if "Web image studio" doesn't need flash anymore.

Success! Web Image Studio is an image editing program. It doesn't require FLASH. :cool:
http://www.coffeecup.com/web-image-studio/
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Gunsmoke wrote:
It would be nice if "Web image studio" doesn't need flash anymore.

Success! Web Image Studio is an image editing program. It doesn't require FLASH. :cool:
http://www.coffeecup.com/web-image-studio/

Hmmm, Gunsmoke....
- That's what one would have thought, but when I start up the program I get a message that it does require FLASH! (see screenshot)
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Wow! No idea! I was on a laptop that has FLASH installed but I can't believe that CC created a program that requires FLASH when everything seems to be moving away from FLASH. It's just an image editor after all. Sorry for my misunderstanding. Wow! Can't wait for Scott to chime in with a comment . . .
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Hello everyone,
This isn't a suggestion for a new program, just a request for the naming conventions used on the existing programs. Since I own just about every program CoffeeCup makes, it becomes frustrating sometimes when I'm in a hurry, want to find the color schemer and get distracted by the seemingly random "CoffeeCup" or "CoffeeCup Website" or "Website" prefix. Okay, it is more than a little annoying. Like right now I am trying to figure out what to uninstall to install the newest version. It is just time I'd rather be spending elsewhere.

So, maybe streamline the program titles and make them consistent? Please?

Though, I must say, it is better than the old days when I use to manually rename all the programs with a "CC" prefix :rolleyes: But, then, there weren't so many.

Thanks.
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