While I am seriously hoping that FreeHand MX 2004 is a seriously competent bug-fix for FH MX, plain-vanilla. I'm stuck at version 10 of my favourite illustration app because the MX version is hobbled by stupid bugs galore which make it pretty much unusable. I'm hoping to lay my money down on the upgrade once I get the word the coast is clear.<br><br>Meanwhile the good ship Illustrator, she of the legendary Adobe fleet, is coming up over the horizon, looking mighty impressive at this point... lo! Seems she's had a serious overhaul. <br>(;->))<br><br>I wish I could depend on one app to with which to do vector illustrations and logos, but that just hasn't happened yet.<br><br>max
If it is anything like the MX version of Dreamweaver, you are justified in your waiting. <br><br>I was running DW 4 in classic, and stepped "up" to Dreamweaver MX, and it looks, acts and feels like a rushed, cheap port to OS X. There are so many interface bugs, not to mention it is twice as slow. <br><br>Even Office is a much better carbon application, and that came out two years ago. <br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>On top of all that, you get to look at that eye-catching, vomit-coloured icon!<p><hr></blockquote><p>Actually, that would fall into a different hue. Whaddaya think?<br><br><br>
yeah..well, you can find all sorts of vomit colors here.<br><br>Warning..ugh...it about made me vomit! Google comes up with all kinds of sites...and it's amazing that someone actually came up with this. <br><br>My stuff for sale.
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