Fin

Yes, Freeway changed the possibilities for me too. Thank you. I will
miss looking for updates.

Michael

On 7/20/16 1:34 PM, Bootsie wrote:

Best wishes to all Softpress staff - I know I speak for a lot of others when I say that Freeway (in >particular) changed my career path for the better.

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Joe W.
Can you add mark up to pages rapid weaver? Style sheets etc?

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Why don’t you start a RapidWeaver topic? Could we have at least one topic that stays on topic?


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Well since Joe posted in this thread it made sense to stay in the thread.


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Also that self promotion guy had to realize it was better to start a new topic .


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I thought that it was a good idea to start a dedicated RapidWeaver thread. Its here… Information for existing FreewayTalk / Groups.io users - Site Feedback - Softpress Talk

To answer the question… Yes, you can use your own code inside RapidWeaver.


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On 20 Jul 2016, 7:17 pm, Joe Workman wrote:

I thought that it was a good idea to start a dedicated RapidWeaver thread. Its here…

What a coincidence.


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Thanks Joe


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@b8 not a coincidence, it was your good idea :slight_smile:


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Shocked. While there are competing apps in this category, none come close to Freeway.


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On 20 Jul 2016, 4:43 pm, Joe Billings wrote:

As far as I know right now, Freeway works fine in MacOS 10.12 Sierra.
Joe, have you tried any file dialogue box, e.g. file>import?
Hmmm…


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On 20 Jul 2016, 4:43 pm, Joe Billings wrote:

As far as I know right now, Freeway works fine in MacOS 10.12 Sierra.

Joe, have you tried any file dialogue box, e.g. file>import?

Hmmm…


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Folks, there are two Joe’s:

  1. Joe Billings of SoftPress
  2. Joe Workman, the hard worker of Foundation on Rapid Weaver

To ensure we can all understand you, please include the last name or last initial when you invoke their names. Please.

Joe Billings, thank you and best wishes!

–James Wages


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I vote that we call them both “Bruce” so as to avoid confusion.

– Bruce


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Hahaha


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I vote that we call them both “Bruce” so as to avoid confusion.

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On 20 Jul 2016, 4:43 pm, Joe Billings wrote:

Joe Mascara

Joe who? :wink:

JDW wrote:

Folks, there are two Joe’s:

Joe Billings of SoftPress

Joe Workman, the hard worker of Foundation on Rapid Weaver
To ensure we can all understand you, please include the last name or last initial when you invoke their names. Please.

Two Joe’s what? I mean the Joes must have something.

I wonder what the third Joe is doing…


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If someone could take over the softpress forum, that would be very nice. There is a ton of good information there that we could use. Also, the certificate for this page has expired.

Is there a company out there who is good at marketing and that would be willing to buy Freeway?


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I started a new role on the day Softpress made its announcement, so my first day was tinged with sadness. I was sadder than I had any expectation for.

I wish all my friends and former colleagues at Softpress well.

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In retrospect it seems Softpress has been in trouble for some time. Although Freeway pro 7 is a really good application there has been very little in the way of training materials available. We have been left to work it out ourselves. If you are trying to develop new customers they need more help.

I will give Adobe Muse a look.

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Re: Muse -
Since Adobe went to the subscription model I’ve been very shy of it. While users own the output for an Adobe CC project, the master document will only work with CC.

From our perspective, the way in which we create our projects (methods of masking, the way we use filters, keyframes, plug-ins, high-end video transitions, etc.) are our intellectual property. The subscription model means we do not own our intellectual property. We only rent it. I would rather not sign over these rights to Adobe.

Your perspective may be different. Things are also different when we are talking about HTML, as you can reconstruct a page or site from the code. (I haven’t used Muse, but if it allows you to export the code, it might be a good alternative.)

As we know, a shortcoming of Freeway that because of certain things going on in the background, reconstructing things from HTML output is more problematic.

I have no idea whether any company would be interested in buying Freeway and performing the due diligence to bring it up to speed, but I contacted the president of one company to let him know Softpress’ situation. Hopefully, Joe can get in contact with him and see what is possible. I’d like to think that someone out there will take over where Softpress left off.


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