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Poobah
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Mainly a question for Terry -
Am looking over the Support for DW CS4 here

http://www.adobe.com/support/dreamweaver/

Watched the video re InContext Editing. - Does Adobe charge a fee for use of this feature? Something that was said in the video raised the question.


"For what is age but youth's full bloom,
A riper, more transcendent youth" - Oliver Wendell Holmes
 
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Poobah
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Thanks Brian. I think I'll steer clear. Sounds like one might get hit with fees, etc., divulging more personal info than might be desired.

I wondered because my son has experience with Joomla and says the advantage it has is the ability to make changes within a browser. (He is currently writing a web application for his dept. in GM testing division.)

Was hoping Adobe might have made something similar available in Dreamweaver CS4, but it sounds like they want to maintain a level of control that should be considered carefully.

P.S., Their page in your second link - "Additional Terms" - is VERY difficult to read. White text on black or charcoal color may be trendy, but not very practical or user-friendly. It can influence one's choices where there are options. (hint, hint)


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A riper, more transcendent youth" - Oliver Wendell Holmes
 
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Text displays like that lead me to conclude that the author really does not want me to read it. Even enlarging the page with FireFox does not help.
 
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Poobah
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Jim - I agree 100%.
When I link to web sites or pages that are new to me, as soon as I see a black background, and white-on-dark text, I'm gone. I can't be bothered to try to read it.
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As an example of a site that is clean, clear, easy to navigate, fast (mostly), but represents a large corporation, take a look at Onstar.com
- Have visited it because our new car has Onstar & a trial year.


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A riper, more transcendent youth" - Oliver Wendell Holmes
 
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