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SAPro-Source Files with Sculpter Presets

Thread began 5/03/2010 4:27 pm by robert222776 | Last modified 5/04/2010 2:40 pm by robert222776 | 825 views | 2 replies


SAPro-Source Files with Sculpter Presets

1. I will pose this question here since this extension's download area is where these source files are found. I am unclear on how to make use of these designs within the context of the available extensions (I have them all). Since html files are provided, I can manually work with the files within DW and the other Adobe products, but I do not see any obvious means of importing a given XML file (that contain style information) to create style sheets.

2. I am able to export files, that essentially duplicate (no quite but almost) the above files for any of the designs, using the Preset Manager. In this case there are only images and xml files, no html, so a manual starting point outside of the WA extensions is not as straight forward without using XSLT.

Please enlighten me on both 1 and 2 above, on how to use the appropriate extensions to leverage my time better (as opposed to the manual method)


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