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Is anyone using the Mac version of Macromedia Studio MX as a website creation program? I have Studio MX on my old PC and it works great. This is Macromedia's studio which is complete with Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, and Freehand. The Windows version does everything I could ever want. Just curious if it is as reliable and as good in the Mac version. I know it is an older version, but I have a chance to buy a licensed original with original manuals for a very reasonable price.
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