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Can't find the Sculptor 3 rounded layout or Ems templates

Thread began 2/26/2010 2:54 pm by damon.barnes350392 | Last modified 2/28/2010 5:13 pm by Office Guy-172461 | 2372 views | 3 replies |

damon.barnes350392

Can't find the Sculptor 3 rounded layout or Ems templates

I'm using Sculptor 3 on a Mac.

I downloaded the rounded corner folder, standard layouts folder and the ems text layouts folder. I'm trying to create a new page using the rounded template layout with ems for fonts and spacing. Where do I access those templates to start the designing a page? All I see when I choose a design are the standard layouts but no options for rounded corners or ems units.

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Eric Mittman

You will need to go into the preset manager and select CSS Sculptor Layouts and import the folders that you downloaded for the various layouts and styling. Once imported you should be able to choose any of these as a preset to start with.

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damon.barnes350392

Where is the preset manager?

You mentioned: You will need to go into the preset manager and select CSS Sculptor Layouts and import the folders that you downloaded for the various layouts and styling. Once imported you should be able to choose any of these as a preset to start with.

Is that in Dreamweaverc s4? Where do I find it?

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Office Guy-172461

In CS3 you just go to the WebAssist tab and click on Preset Manager. Looks like a black Rolodex card. Probably the same in CS4.

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