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CSS-ify my existing Spry with Sculptor 3

Thread began 9/28/2009 7:37 pm by neil186288 | Last modified 9/30/2009 11:49 pm by neil186288 | 3145 views | 7 replies


Yes Jason, CSS Sculptor is great. I do like it a lot.

But "CSS design made easy with Eric Meyer and WebAssist's easy to use CSS generator" - does nothing to dissuade one from the understanding - given your promo - that you can style EXISTING spry components using sculptor.

I had sculptor 2 already - so i know what it does, but this promo leads one to believe that you can style existing components thus the big splash about spry. I really though when I bought Sculptor 3 that it would do just that, and I am somewhat incredulous that you are unable to look at the promo and see how that misconstruction might be made.

Tell you what - find someone who doesn't know about webassist - and show them your promo, then ask them what they think the software can do.

I still use and like CSS Sculptor though.

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