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Thread began 6/27/2011 2:06 pm by Justin Hood | Last modified 7/13/2011 7:34 am by Justin Hood | 1495 views | 22 replies

Justin HoodWebAssist

Originally Said By: ijs174940
  I have an error in the edit pre-set, well really more an oversight the drop down for hover cursor repeats "e-resize" 8 times! See attachment  

Originally Said By: Daryl
  I like the option to change your cursor types but there isn't a hand option, and I'm fairly sure you don't need all of the resize options. I'm not sure I would use the resize cursors, but if I would I would probably like to have more descriptive names rather than all the same.  

Originally Said By: Justin Hood
  I've logged this as an issue. We'll be removing duplicates and giving each e-resize option a unique name.  

This issue was addressed and will be included in the release version. The e-resize options have been renamed in the select list to e-resize, ne-resize, n-resize, etc. These are the actual names used in Dreamweaver's CSS Styles panel.

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