Well, I support Jeremy Hughes, SoftPress and the forthcoming Freeway 8. I’ve investigated other web design apps, naturally, but I’m still using Freeway Pro 7 to maintain my existing web sites. I am not a full time web designer, so my needs are not the same as the rest of you. And while I have found a lot of good in the app named Blocs, it still lacks Responsive Tables and a site wide search feature, and it doesn’t have anything like Freeway Actions to allow the community to add those features. Even so, I mention Blocs because it does offer an intuitive means of getting one into the world of Responsive websites. I never could get my head around how to accomplish that feat in Freeway, which is why my existing Freeway sites are NOT responsive (although I have all my graphics Retinafied.
All said, I support the 64-bit Freeway 8 effort. Kudos to Mr. Logan and to Jeremy for keeping the ball of development rolling. Despite what the nay-sayers have to say, I believe something great is in the making!
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I’m so delighted that I’ve checked back into the forum to find out that Freeway 8 is well under way.
I rely so much upon Freeway. I create about 2 new sites for my company’s events a month with it, and with my very limited coding knowledge, I’d have no clue how to migrate. Myself and a colleague have ‘braked’ at El Capitan, so we can continue to utilise Freeway 7 as long as possible.
I only hope, that a number of actions I rely upon daily (WebYep, Mobile Direct, Smooth Scroll, iOS favicon, Scriptylightbox 3) will be supported by Freeway 8.
As I came from a Desktop publishing background, Freeway is so intuitive.
Only gripe: I still have no idea how to make a flexible page that can centre items, and have a maximum width.