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New css editor?

Very interesting? Looks like it might be worth looking into.

Has anyone given it a try?

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New css editor?

I am an ex-topstyle user, which has a live browser window similar to CSSVista's screenshot. The main problem is viewing the site trough small tiled windows, and a lot of scrolling. Smile

edit: However, I am not certain there is a perfect (as I see it) editor out there. :roll:

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New css editor?

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New css editor?

Wow! That sounds like the Firefox webdeveloper extension + the W3 validator. :shrug:

Nate wrote:
edit: However, I am not certain there is a perfect (as I see it) editor out there. Rolling Eyes

Why yes, yes there is. Emacs. Laughing out loud

cheers,

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New css editor?

Gary, I just installed it and just briefly looked at it and it works exactly the same as web developer. One nice feature is you can click one button and switch back and forth between IE and FF while editing the css.

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