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    Default Is it advisable to install bluegriffon on Opnensuse? the WYSIWYG Web Authoring tool/

    Hi, I am in serious need of the best dreamweaver replacement and only two applications stand out as even remotely adequate. Bluegriffon and Quanta plus. However, Quanta Plus isnt made for KDE 4 and I dont want to install something that may give me stability issues. To really put the cherry on top, BlueGriffon (for some strange beguiling reason) is packaged only for ubuntu and Fedora; to make it worse, the x64 version is only packaged for Ubuntu.
    Anyone have any logical workaround?
    I am using x64 12.1 but I heard bluegriffon may be available for opensuse 12.2

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    Default Re: Is it advisable to install bluegriffon on Opnensuse? the WYSIWYG Web Authoring tool/

    AFAICS it's available from the mozilla repo: software.opensuse.org: Zoekresultaten . I gave it a try somewhere last year. Looks nice, works OK.
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    Default Re: Is it advisable to install bluegriffon on Opnensuse? the WYSIWYG Web Authoring tool/

    I just installed the 64-bit Ubuntu 11.10 tarball version from Download - BlueGriffon.org

    There are some commercial add-ons like the manual, and CSS Stylesheet Editor.

    My preference is Aptana
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    Default Re: Is it advisable to install bluegriffon on Opnensuse? the WYSIWYGWeb Authoring tool/

    On Sun, 01 Apr 2012 20:06:02 +0530, rafter22
    <rafter22@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

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    > I just installed the 64-bit Ubuntu 11.10 tarball version from 'Download
    > - BlueGriffon.org' (http://bluegriffon.org/pages/Download)
    >
    > There are some commercial add-ons like the manual, and CSS Stylesheet
    > Editor.
    >
    > My preference is 'Aptana' (http://www.aptana.com/)
    >
    >



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    Default Re: Is it advisable to install bluegriffon on Opnensuse? the WYSIWYGWeb Authoring tool/

    Thanks for all the help, i installed from the repo to avoid any problems with the system. Now to try it!!!
    I looked at Aptana but it doesn’t seem to be a WYSIWYG editor. The reason I said Dreamweaver, is because I want the WYSIWYG as well as the code editing portion, not one or the other.

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    Default Re: Is it advisable to install bluegriffon on Opnensuse? the WYSIWYGWeb Authoring tool/

    Quote Originally Posted by rain922 View Post
    Thanks for all the help, i installed from the repo to avoid any problems with the system. Now to try it!!!
    I looked at Aptana but it doesn’t seem to be a WYSIWYG editor. The reason I said Dreamweaver, is because I want the WYSIWYG as well as the code editing portion, not one or the other.
    Kompozer offers that too.
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    Default Re: Is it advisable to install bluegriffon on Opnensuse? the WYSIWYGWeb Authoring tool/

    Quote Originally Posted by rain922 View Post
    Thanks for all the help, i installed from the repo to avoid any problems with the system. Now to try it!!!
    I looked at Aptana but it doesn’t seem to be a WYSIWYG editor. The reason I said Dreamweaver, is because I want the WYSIWYG as well as the code editing portion, not one or the other.
    I guess you didn't find the Web Browser tab in Aptana.



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