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Dr_s99
06-15-07, 09:48 AM
Hello
I was wondering has anyone installed Dreamweaver cs3 on Vista?

If yes, does it have the same problem as Dreamweaver 8 has, I mean the Interface looks bad... (The Headers for each Section has black background) or have they fix it ?

Wolfhound
06-15-07, 09:58 AM
It has support for Windows Vista, I have Adobe Photoshop cs 3 and it runs well in aero desktop, so it will run OK in aero

Logical
06-17-07, 03:42 PM
I run Dreamweaver CS3 on my Vista ultimate with no probs at all......gotta say its a very fine piece of software too. (nana2)

Dr_s99
06-20-07, 06:13 PM
I can't seem to install it :S it get finishes unpacking then it crashes (well nothing happens after that)!

radekhulan
06-20-07, 06:32 PM
Dreamweaver CS3 works fine on my PC with Vista x64. If you want to purchase it, look also at Microsoft Expression Web, a very good competing product:

http://www.microsoft.com/Expression/products/overview.aspx?key=web

In fact, new "Expression" portfolio of webdesign products from Microsoft competes nicely with Adobe (Macromedia) apps. Dreamweaver is better for PHP devs, Expression Web for .NET devs. And SilverLight seems to be much more capable than (obsolete) Flash.

nvnews-reader
06-20-07, 09:52 PM
Dreamweaver CS3 works fine on my PC with Vista x64. If you want to purchase it, look also at Microsoft Expression Web, a very good competing product:

http://www.microsoft.com/Expression/products/overview.aspx?key=web

In fact, new "Expression" portfolio of webdesign products from Microsoft competes nicely with Adobe (Macromedia) apps. Dreamweaver is better for PHP devs, Expression Web for .NET devs. And SilverLight seems to be much more capable than (obsolete) Flash.

Since when was Flash obsolete?

radekhulan
06-21-07, 02:40 AM
Since when was Flash obsolete?

I guess you are not webdesigner, but have a look here and you will understand:
http://silverlight.net/Default.aspx

Flash was obsolete from day 1, when Macromedia introduced it. Non-existant accesibility, "alien" looks and non-integration with the rest of webpage, silly ActionScript for coding. SilverLight is .NET in browser, you can code e.g. in C#, Python or Ruby and provide true "desktop feel" in your browser.

SilverLight apps are simply so much better for user experience (than AJAX and/or Flash).