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In this second part of the series, Geoff Blake talks about moving text from Photoshop and Illustrator into Dreamweaver.
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I’ll admit I’m still getting familiar with CS4, and especially the graphical applications (I’ve been a Dreamweaver HTML coder for years, though) but it seems Adobe’s energies, especially for CS4, have been in making Fireworks the best intermediary for this sort of thing. Wouldn’t the more logical project-flow be to either do all the work in Fireworks or just keep the illustration in Illustrator and import it into Fireworks?
But definitely we see the room for improvement where hopefully Adobe will fill in some gaps in CS5.
That was an awful lot of time to waste just to say “it can’t be done.”
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Wondering if you add the extra step of going through Fireworks and then exporting the pages to Dreamweaver from there would allow you to preserve the text attributes. I know that Fireworks allows you to export CSS. Would this work?
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