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    hmmm.... I wonder what would be macromedia's next product

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    next product in the MX line or you mean next product as a totally new innovation?
    SiteSpring is there, if that's what you meant...

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    Wink Posible Director?

    Director MX!!! That'd be nice.

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    Dreamweaver MX it would be nice too!

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    BETTER YET AUTHORWARE MX!!!!!! hahaha

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    See how cool an MX-family sounds?

    Go, ColdFusion MX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    after all of that, how about a Fontographer MX?

    please, oh please Macromedia gods... update this program...

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    Hi gerbick,

    I would not believe in that. There are 600000 (how many? - I just saw this figure in some other thread) licensed flash users as opposed to ??? fog users, yet the programs are in the same price range.
    A friend of mine complained about a problem with 4.1, and he received a copy of 4.15 showing exactly the same bug. I would assume that the proper fix would be to declare certain things as _unsigned_ chars in the source

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    yeah music. they've really not changed/updated fontographer for a looooong time. I still love it and use it to make my fonts. But I'm soon having to change over to something else. No macOS X support, and I'm having intermittent issues in Win2k/XP.

    Not to mention other issues. I'll have to check with the error you pointed out though. I don't recall that one. I DO know that I'm having issues with character mapping working on some characters though.

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    Hi,

    the one I was referring to: characters above 128 (yes, I live in Europe) acquire obscure kerning values when a T1 file is saved.
    Also, noone was ever even mentioning opentype font format

    Musicman

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    Probably Dreamweaver MX.

    Last month when I started school we got assigned to get Dreamweaver Bible for HTML class and while lookin around for info on it on the publishers site, I found that they have Dreamweaver 5 Bible slated for June 1st 2002. Tho I would assume the name will get the change as Flash did.

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    Musicman:
    Where in Europe?

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    @Abelius: 15 min bicycle ride to both Oktoberfest and Hofbräuhaus (you see why extended ascii chracters are important for me?)

    Musicman

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    Yep, Musicman:
    And specially if you have to deal with an words like "Programmiersprachenähnlichkeiten, standardmäßig and Auflößungen"

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    Originally posted by Abelius
    Yep, Musicman:
    And specially if you have to deal with an words like "Programmiersprachenähnlichkeiten, standardmäßig and Auflößungen"
    gotta love those compoundwordsthatarereallong

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    The MX Family.... i like the sound of that

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