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Thread began 9/21/2015 11:02 am by Nico | Last modified 1/31/2018 12:21 pm by Nico | 13060 views | 189 replies


Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  Even DMXZone says they will continue to create and develop Dreamweaver extensions, so I don't think this is the end to anything.  

I think DMXzone now needs as much visibility as possible, so I think it's normal for them to say this but the message is clear.... DMXzone's future is no longer linked to Dreamweaver.

I haven't updated Dreamweaver for the first time and I stayed at the 2015 version... the 2017 version (including the new 2018 that will arrive in a few weeks) has a disastrous interface and no longer offers any useful tool for those who want to do something more with html/css (example, server behaviours). I think that Web Assist should also consider a similar future development.

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