NEWS DECEMBER 01, 2003
by David Nagel
Adobe Enhances GoLive CS
New extensions bring additional Flash, accessibility features
Adobe has released two new extensions for GoLive CS, the company's Web authoring and design tool. The new extensions bring additional support for Flash content and accessibility checking. Both are available now for Mac OS X and Windows. Adobe has also launched a new version of FrameMaker for Windows and Sun Solaris.
New for GoLive CS are two extensions--Advanced SWF Authoring and Watchfire WebXACT. The SWF Authoring extension adds new support for working with SWF files, including automatic routing to alternate viewing pages or plugin download pages. It also adds a tab to GoLive's SWF Inspector with new options. The WebXACT extension brings an interface to GoLive for that allows designers to test for accessibility and privacy issues using the Watchfire WebXACT online service. (Web pages must be located on a public server to use the service.)[an error occurred while processing this directive]In separate news, Adobe has also announced FrameMaker 7.1 for Windows and Sun Solaris. FrameMaker is an XML-based word processing and XML tool. The new version adds features for cross referencing documents; storing multiple variations of a document in a single file; the ability to migrate documents from QuarkXPress and PageMaker; and new support for Adobe Photoshop files. It will be available in January. Updates run $199 to $279. The full version runs $799 to $1,329.
The new GoLive CS extensions are available now for Mac OS X and Windows free for current users. For more information, visit http://www.adobe.com.
Contact the author: Dave Nagel is the producer of Creative Mac and Digital Media Designer; host of several World Wide User Groups, including Synthetik Studio Artist, Adobe Photoshop, Apple DVD Studio Pro, Mac OS, Adobe InDesign, Adobe LiveMotion, Creative Mac and Digital Media Designer; and executive producer of the Digital Media Net family of publications. You can reach him at [email protected].
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