[thelist] Replacement for Dreamweaver

Howard Scott howard at image100.com
Wed Apr 28 13:26:09 CDT 2004

Hi Diane

All I have to say is ­ stick to whatever works for you.  If it ain¹t broke ­
don¹t fix it!

Oh ­ how profound! ;)


On 28/4/04 3:32 pm, "Diane Soini" <dianesoini at earthlink.net> wrote:

> On Wednesday, April 28, 2004, at 01:44 AM,
> thelist-request at lists.evolt.org wrote:
>> So, "yes", you do learn new things. No need to feel sorry for us
>> Windows
>> users though.
> My apologies. I have never owned a PC (at least not since the boot-up
> with a big floppy days), and coming from years of the old Mac I just
> love the new Mac and how much it can do. All the PCs I have used have
> been corporate issue, and if they have these capabilities you speak of,
> I've never seen them.
>> Cheers
>> Ken
>> PS, Windows has an FTP client that works through Explorer too,
> Yes, but it (and also the Go menu option on Mac as well) will not let
> me select a multitude of files in various subdirectory levels and
> upload them all at once with a single click of a button. That is what I
> really liked about the "sledgehammer" of Dreamweaver, and what always
> sends me back to it. I've looked at Transmit and it does look like a
> pretty good substitute, but it, too doesn't appear to have this
> capability. Another nice thing about Dreamweaver is that the remote
> files are a different color than the local ones. That really helps,
> because I actually get left and right confused from time-to-time.
> Thank you all for your suggestions.
> Diane
> ***
> Don't be afraid to try something new. An amateur built the ark.
> Professionals built the Titanic. -unknown

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