Dreamweaver CS4
March 1st, 2009

The biggest group of changes address the continuing trend towards dynamic page behaviour, which Adobe says most of their customers were adopting. Until now Dreamweaver was behind the times, unable to display real-time behaviours like rollovers — you’d have to preview the result in a browser and hunt through the source code to find your error.

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April 8th, 2008

And in the most contentious change, all Visual Basic macro support has gone, meaning none of the macros you’ve spent the last four years perfecting work any more. You can use Applescript to do the same things (and indeed, have always been able to) but if you don’t know how to program it, tough.

Designs on Office Users
June 1st, 2004

Surrendering slices of the pie it knows it can’t win, Corel have released a self-styled ‘essential Microsoft Office users’ graphics companion’ and created a strong, lean suite.

Dragon Naturally Speaking 10
July 1st, 2009

It does so in two ways. You can introduce a word manually by speaking it, typing it out and assigning it, where Dragon will equate that recording with the strange new word you want. It will also start prompting you when it hears a word it doesn’t know more than a couple of times, assuming it’s one you’ll use often so you can agree on it early.

Panasonic BD30 Blu-ray player, Phixr, iMate 9502
July 15th, 2008

If you want to convert an image to Sepia or bring out more colour but can’t afford Photoshop or you simply don’t want to own a piece of software for a one-off task, Phixr lets you make rudimentary edits to images completely on the Internet.

Why you are your best cyber security
May 20th, 2014

Unfortunately, the most robust security infrastructure in the world can’t change user behaviour. “I don’t see any sign people are better with their passwords,” says Symantec’s US security response director Kevin Haley. “There needs to be a technology solution because people don’t change.”

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