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post #1 of 22
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Anybody have the inside scoop on when it's going to be released, if it will be carbon (I'd be very surprised if it wasn't!) and what are the new and improved features...? I use it all the time and it's a bit of a dog, so I'd like to know what's being addressed just for my own peace of mind...
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post #2 of 22
The next version of Go Live will be Carbonized as stated by Adobe's website. Dont know what the new features will be though...
post #3 of 22
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Cool, now we're getting somewhere!

Now if someone has a release date and features...?

Anybody? C'mon, don't be shy!
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post #4 of 22
The Beta is Decent but, no where near perfect.
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post #5 of 22
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Oooooh, so vague! So what's in the beta, or can't you say?
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post #6 of 22
Why so excited over GoLive? Dreamweaver would be news... GoLive is an Adobe-Dumbed-down HTML toy. If Adobe could make GoLive as open and user configurable as Dreamweaver and HALF as powerful, it'd be a usefull add-on. But untill then it's an expencive toy.

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post #7 of 22
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Yeah, maybe, but it's what I use to earn a living. I've used both Dreamweaver and GoLive, the both have pluses and minuses, and I happen to prefer GoLive. Simple. So anybody have anything *constructive* about GoLive?
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[quote]Originally posted by Arbernaut [pixelsurgeon.com]:
<strong>So anybody have anything *constructive* about GoLive? </strong><hr></blockquote>
Golive's portable site management is about 1000 times more usefull than the half ased atempt in Dreamweaver, you cant edit Flash links or create Quicktime stuff in Dreamweaver ether.
p.s. The latest builds of GL5 rock, if you liked it before & use other Adobe apps you will love it now. (under NDA so can't say any more)
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post #9 of 22
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Damn that NDA!!! I want more info!
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post #10 of 22
I use both Dreamweaver and GoLive, and they both are good, but I really like the Adobe interface better AND the site management in GoLive is much better.

The only thing I use Dreamweaver for anymore is a few things with tables that I like better than in GoLive.

Unfortunately, I haven't heard anything about the new GoLive. Hopefully some news soon.
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WTF?!

What happened to my post?

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post #12 of 22
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For some bizarre reason this thread has mutated into two! &lt;shrugs shoulders&gt;
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You did the dubble post.
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For those interested, Freeway 3.5 will be out for OS X next month. It's a truely beautiful webdesign program that produces some of the cleanest code around, and it's Mac only!!

Check out: <a href="http://www.softpress.com" target="_blank">http://www.softpress.com</a>
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I look forward to the X version of GoLive. However I continue to use v 4 because 5 constantly crashes in 9. And yes, I turned off NavServices. I totally prefer GL's interface to DW. Yet I fear how Adobe will further develop and care for GL as their history with some other apps has been dismal.

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[quote]Originally posted by macanoid:
<strong>For those interested, Freeway 3.5 will be out for OS X next month. It's a truely beautiful webdesign program that produces some of the cleanest code around, and it's Mac only!!

Check out: <a href="http://www.softpress.com" target="_blank">http://www.softpress.com</a></strong><hr></blockquote>

cool... i´ll check it out. as for golive: i hope someday the app will render a cleaner scripting code. right now it´s TERRIBLE!!! pages of ugly script-bloatware for simple rollovers? yuk. that´s why i made my own script templates, and now everytime i need some neato cleano javascript i´ll do copy+paste it into the golive doc.
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post #17 of 22
[quote]Originally posted by dr. zoidberg:
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cool... i´ll check it out. as for golive: i hope someday the app will render a cleaner scripting code. right now it´s TERRIBLE!!! pages of ugly script-bloatware for simple rollovers? yuk. that´s why i made my own script templates, and now everytime i need some neato cleano javascript i´ll do copy+paste it into the golive doc.</strong><hr></blockquote>

The cool thing about Freeway is that you can write a javascript in simpletext, save it and put it in the plugins folder. It then instantly becomes an javescript plugin - very cool. Do check it out - you'll be amazed.
Not only that - custumor support is unbelievable. just mail your problem and you usually get a reply with 24 hrs!

post #18 of 22
Hey Arbernaut. You guys at pixelsurgeon rock. I check you out for news a couple of times a day.

Im also eagerly awaiting a carbon version of GoLive and dreamweaver for that fact. The sooner we can have all the heavy weight apps the better. Lets hope Golive 6.0 or whatever they call it, is an improvement over 5.0 which is buggy. I've gone back to 4.0 for the moment.
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post #19 of 22
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Thanks Super - Glad you like Pixelsurgeon. :cool:
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post #20 of 22
Think Secret just posted a new article on GoLive 6.0. Looks pretty nice and is trying to compete not only with Dreamweaver, but also UltraDev and SiteSpring. Check it out at <a href="http://www.thinksecret.com/features/golive6/" target="_blank">http://www.thinksecret.com/features/golive6/</a>
post #21 of 22
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Cool! Now we're talking!
Some of the interface elements look like they need a damn good tweak, but if those are real screenshots, it looks like Adobe are on the right track! :eek:
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post #22 of 22
I'd like to get my hands on it just to check out the PHP support. Because of the lack of PHP support in both DW and DWpro (or whatever it is called), I only do basic layout in DW, then do everything else in BBedit.

If Golive has PHP support, that is, it previews PHP itself, then I will be very happy and Adobe will get my money. Right now in DW my pages are just a background with little PHP icons showing all the includes.
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