On 9/2/04 10:00 AM, "Drew Shiel" <ashiel at sportsinteraction.com> wrote: > I use Dreamweaver MX 2004, day in, day out. I have to say the only thing > about it that annoys me is that it can't open multiple files at once. I can open multiple files at once through File< Open..., and or by selecting multiple files in the Finder or in to Sites (F8) pane of Dreamweaver. I am on a Mac, so that might be why it works, but it should, HOPEFULLY, work the same way on a PC. When selecting file open, I just hold down the Command Key (Control on PC) and select as many files as I want, and open em' I am running MX 2004, and before that MX, and before that UltraDev. All in all, the app is not too different as far as UI goes from version to version. MX 2004 does handle CSS better, and makes it easier to implement with its CSS Styles palette and editing...but I don't know who actually uses the Style Palette feature. I think that most people who are going the way of CSS hand code the style sheets, and do not rely on such things as the CSS Styles palette. Still it is nice in certain situations. I'd check Macromedia's site for version differences, and perhaps post the question on their Dreamweaver forums...don't forget to search the forums before you post. One draw back of running MX 2004 on a Mac, under Panther 10.3.x is that it is pretty clunky. MX 2004 originally was version 7.0.0, which was horribly slow! Macromedia released an update, v7.0.1 which made improvements, but it is still not as fast as its PC counterpart. Hopefully soon it will be totally fixed and lightning fast again. I have never had any strange errors or crashes...ever using Dreamweaver in any version. IF oyu have installed 3rd part plug-ins, or extensions for JS, then maybe you need to do a re-install of those items?