DavidS wrote:Thanks, but I have no clue what the heck that guy is talking about in them instructions.
I would agree, it does look a bit confused/confusing..
The usual trick for windows programs that prove difficult to install, is first install to windows
--which is how some games can be made to work..http://maketecheasier.com/how-to-instal ... 2008/06/20http://noteearty.blogspot.com/2008/01/h ... buntu.html
Of course if you have windows, use virtualbox (VM) install windows, then most windows applications will work: and you don't have to worry about wine.
--apart from games (direct X support)..
I do have virtualbox Sun version installed and windows XP pro inside that VM, but it is mostly just sitting there, in case I ever have the urgent need to use Illustrator or Dreamweaver..
--I also have a real windows partition (multiboot) again usually just sitting there and seldom used, but available: just in case I feel the need to run midtown madness (game) as an exampleI may get rid of one or the other (VM or real partition), I haven't decided yet..
I don't necessarily see either Dreamweaver or Illustrator as being better than Quanta Plus or XaraLX or Inkscape or Gimp or other applications.: or KompoZer which might be the closest to the dreamweaver lookhttp://kompozer.net/features.php
--that crashes if you don't use the version of GTK that it wants gtk 2.12..http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1133046
It would just be nice if Adobe got on the ball, and offered their applications to the whole market