Dropping support for Mozilla suite?

volvoguy volvoguy at gmail.com
Tue Nov 23 03:57:59 UTC 2004

On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 16:19:13 +0000, Martin Alderson
<martinalderson at gmail.com> wrote:

> Same with Fireworks or Illustrator, currently there is no good vector
> drawing program that can do web graphics (Fireworks is a big
> favourite).

Inkscape's native format is SVG and rasterizes to PNG by default when
you export things. It's not as full featured as Illustrator or
CorelDraw, but I haven't run into anything I can't do yet.

> NVu is horrible IMO, very clunky and terrible usability issues.

As the offspring of Mozilla's Composer, I'd have to agree with that
one. I usually do my development with Emacs, but Screem looks pretty
cool. It's not WYSIWYG, but it's a particularly good text editor
that's been optimized for web development. Syntax highlighting, tag
references, tag auto-complete, site management, CVS for checking code

Hmm... I think I'm repeating myself. This message just arrived, but it
shows the arrival date was three days ago. Must just be me though.
Nobody else has mentioned it. Oh well. :-)


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