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    Cool Dreamweaver
    I loaded a copy of dreamweaver the demo version about the beginning of the year. I really didn't have time to look at it. I have found some time to look at it. But it has expired. Is there a way to reset the thirty day license, so that I could look at it.

    I know there are ethical issues involved.

    Just trying to look at it, to see if I really want to purchase it. Any help would be most appreciated.
    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!

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    Cool
    Since there are some new individuals on board. I am bumping to the top. To see if there maybe a solution.

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    Can't you just download a new demo? They probably have a couple new versions out since then...

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    Cool
    I have not tried that. Will do that and see what happens.

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    Speaking of such.. Dreamweaver MX 2004 was just released on Versiontracker

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    Cool
    Thnanks, Murlyn. Download Dreamweaver MX 2004, Now I have thirty day to look at it

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    excellent! I am wondering if it would be cheaper to upgrade all my MX products or just to purchase the Studio MX educational? hmm... I guess I have to wait and find out.

    Once you've played with it.. could you give us a review? What you liked what you didnt like? That would be most excellent!

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    i have tried dreamweaver a few times but never really got into it because i had started doing websites in html and just couldnt get into the whole design program. i think i will try it again some time

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    Yeah I just code it usually.. dreamweaver is a memory hog.. although I havent tried it with my new 1Gb of memory.. I wonder if the new Dreamweaver handles memory a little better... I need to do some research on these new versions.

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    I found dreamweaver wasn't as bad as flash for memory usage - on my old 333 lime imac (198mb ram) sitting at home I installed studio mx - everything ran fine except flash. Haven't tried it on my new iBook yet - been to busy.

    Let us know what the new version's like, rman.
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