Adobe doing a Freeway kind of thing??

the cloud man, the cloud…

…can blow away


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heh heh
On Aug 15, 2011, at 9:36 PM, chuckamuck wrote:

the cloud man, the cloud…

…can blow away


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Hi Julie,
No I don’t. It appears that the Pixelmator team are keeping tight-lipped on the subject too;
http://www.pixelmator.com/support/viewtopic.php?p=20415
Regards,
Tim.

On 15 Aug 2011, at 23:07, Julie Maxwell Allen wrote:

do you happen to know when the release of pielmator 2.0 is scheduled?


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Adobe Air and the subscription model rule this out for me, although it does look interesting. I certainly hope that FW6 will have some significant improvements.


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Joe Hewitt wrote on Twitter yesterday “If I were competing with
Adobe,I’d be thrilled at their decision to write all new apps in Adobe
Air”. As a staunch Softpress partisan, I giggled when I read that. As
someone who was raised on Photoshop and swim in its murky depths for a
living, I kind of threw up in my mouth a little.

Walter

On Aug 16, 2011, at 6:49 AM, Ade Fowler wrote:

Adobe Air and the subscription model rule this out for me, although
it does look interesting. I certainly hope that FW6 will have some
significant improvements.


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MUSE.
I just gave it a run, whilst seeing a lot of potential its way off anything Freeway pro does - its very restricting in the add on department i.e. you can’t add any third party stuff (yes you can embed code but iWeb can do that) - adding javascript is no go at the moment, in fact you can’t edit any code in the head tag … and so on - Im sure the final version will add a lot of this but this is way off what I need, as a designer with basic code understanding… I love the whole design first let the software worry about the code thing, but it must have the option to get under the hood - esp as you progress further and learn more about web design, and the code - its so diverse that any restrictions is a no as far as I’m concerned. I know you wanted my opinion - cheers!


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