wysiwyg for both linux and windows

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  1. nomav6

    nomav6 New Member

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    Im wanting to make the move over to linux from windows, I'm taking it one step at a time, I've already made the move from Photoshop to The Gimp, and I was wondering if anyone knew of a WYSIWYG that will run on both windows and linux, I would prefer something that works a lot like dreamweaver, thanks
     
  2. zkiller

    zkiller Super Moderator Staff Member

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    i don't know what the current version is like, but check out wine, which is a windows compatiblity layer for linux. i don't know how far they have come since i last looked into it, but that should allow you to run both PS and DW on linux.

    sorry, i don't know any WYSIWYG editors for linux.
     
  3. [tab]

    [tab] Opera/Firefox on Debian Staff Member

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  4. zkiller

    zkiller Super Moderator Staff Member

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    very nice and simple tutorial [tab]. :)
     
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    [tab] Opera/Firefox on Debian Staff Member

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    Yeah... I might try installing IE6 on Linux on the weekend, they have instructions for that too on that site :)
     
  6. monkeytech

    monkeytech New Member

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    If you are looking for a wysiwyg html editor for both linux and windows Here only just started using it myself after not being able to get wine to run/install DW mx 2004, looks like it had many features... i will be using it on my linux development lappy from now on. cheers
     
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    [tab] Opera/Firefox on Debian Staff Member

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    That reminds me, my IE6 install didn't go so good... oh well.
     
  8. zkiller

    zkiller Super Moderator Staff Member

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    why would you want that pesky IE on a nice and clean linux install anyways?
     
  9. [tab]

    [tab] Opera/Firefox on Debian Staff Member

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    No idea...
     

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