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    CoffeeCup

    While I'm on the subject of software updates, here's another one some of you may be interested in. Since I'm a modest HTML coder, I used something called HotDog until it went in the toilet and I bought a copy of the CoffeeCup editing software. Just so's you know, the CoffeeCup software is currently at Version 2006R and can be downloaded from here: CoffeeCup - HTML Editor, FTP, Flash & Web Design Software

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    Re: CoffeeCup

    I have been tempted by Coffee Cup in the past and have had a look at it.

    But I still use an old copy of Homesite because there is one feature in that I really like. ( I think Dreamweaver might do this also)

    I can right click on a tag and choose Edit Tag. It then displays a Dialog Box that lets me set attributes. The useful part of this for me, is that I don'ty have to try to remember which attributes can be used with each tag.
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    Re: CoffeeCup

    Just to add one to the melting pot, I've been using the <img src=/S/free.gif border=0 alt=free width=30 height=15> Nvu - The Complete Web Authoring System for Linux, Macintosh and Windows for a while now. WYSIWYG, standards compliance and price <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15> make it rather attractive for my needs.

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    Re: CoffeeCup

    Gee Al, 2006R <img src=/S/question.gif border=0 alt=question width=15 height=15>
    I'm still showing 2006D on that http://www.coffeecup.com website - What do you have <img src=/S/question.gif border=0 alt=question width=15 height=15> a better direct line than I have <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>.
    This is for the HTML Editor only!

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    Re: CoffeeCup

    Sheesh, Bob, that's probably a good catch - I'll have to check this out. I logged in on their site and when I went checking for updates, the Fx download screen presented me with this file name, so I D/L'd it but haven't done any more. I'll check further...
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    Re: CoffeeCup

    Double Dang, Al
    That 2006R refers to the Registered version of the software, if you notice after installing the 2006R file you will end up with version 2006D of the HTML Editor.
    Take a gander at your page to download the registered versions (you'll need to log onto their support page) and you'll see that the descriptions there still refer to version 2006D for the HTML Editor.
    Point is to all lounge members trying to find version 2006R so they can upgrade from their version 2006D - T'aint dere <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

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    Re: CoffeeCup

    You're absolutely right-o, Sir Bob (the other one)!!! Perhaps I should exercise my "Mod'ly duties" and remove this whole thread to keep from corn-fusing Loungers. Lemme think about that one fer awhile, AND THANK YOU for straightening me out, by the way...

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    Re: CoffeeCup

    I don't use CofeeCup for web design (I prefer writing the raw stuff) but I do occasionally use their icon editor. It's a very good bit of software and does everything I want it to, but comes bundled with an annoying popup ad (advertising other CoffeeCup applications) that opens every time I close the software. If you can live with the ads, the software itself is pretty decent.
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