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Hello,
I have just been granted an access to the beta version of the web editor. I have no HTML knowledge and have always used the CC wysyg website designer. Now I would like to know which of the application will be useful for me. Thank you very much for your answer.
Best regards
Lassina
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I was just so happy to finally get in on the beta test, that I didn't pay a whole lot of attention to what I was downloading. Like the person above, I'm pretty much a WSYWYG user (who by the way has tried to use your programs via Crossover and experienced a crash-inducing mess). It does look like y'all put a lot of thought into the program. Love the live page preview. And I'm sure the program will come in handy for editing some of my old GoLive projects. I've already tested creating a project with one of them...and that seems to work nicely.
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Let me get this straight...

You want me to pay you for beta software, give you my advice for free, and then you'll use it to turn around and release a non-beta for a higher price? I remember the days when software devs paid beta testers, or at very least gave them free licenses as a thank-you gesture for the time spent testing and giving feedback.

Is CoffeeCup serious? :rolleyes:
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K P wrote:
Let me get this straight...

You want me to pay you for beta software, give you my advice for free, and then you'll use it to turn around and release a non-beta for a higher price? I remember the days when software devs paid beta testers, or at very least gave them free licenses as a thank-you gesture for the time spent testing and giving feedback.

Is CoffeeCup serious? :rolleyes:

If you go to http://www.coffeecup.com/osx/ look down at the bottom you will see this:

Why are you charging for the beta?

There’s two really good reasons for that. First, these aren’t half-baked betas—they’re fully functional apps that haven’t been released to the public yet. Second, you’ll get to upgrade to the final release at no extra cost, so you save a ton of money by jumping in now!

So there you go. ;)

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I have a PowerPC G5 IMac. Do I spend any more time on this or is this only for Intel Macs?
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Deborah Willard wrote:
I have a PowerPC G5 IMac. Do I spend any more time on this or is this only for Intel Macs?

This is only for Intel iMac's Deborah. Sorry.
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I'm not sure if I want to beta now. This program looks nothing like Coffee Cup for Windows. That program is such a great editor.

How much functionality is in this Mac version like the Windows version? One of the specifics I'm looking for is the formatting buttons (high light text and click on bold, italicize, underline, create a link, make a paragraph, etc).

I have a program that I use now where I hand code everything because it doesn't have any formatting buttons. It gets old.

Do you have any videos demo'n whats available in this program?
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Tj Chambers wrote:
How much functionality is in this Mac version like the Windows version? One of the specifics I'm looking for is the formatting buttons (high light text and click on bold, italicize, underline, create a link, make a paragraph, etc).

The Web Editor and HTML Editor are quite different. The idea is to take the best of both to make a new generation of editor. The Web Editor is still very early in the development process. We're listening carefully to the feedback and will add the most popular requests as we go.

Tj Chambers wrote:
Do you have any videos demo'n whats available in this program?

Sorry, no videos yet.

Thanks for the feedback!
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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:)

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