What's new?

New Macromedia Inc. Studio MX 2004 features boost the functionality of Dreamweaver, Flash and Fireworks programs.

Features include:

Support for rich cascading style sheets.

Improved file management and secure FTP.

New dynamic cross-browser validation.

Streamlined Flash development.

Dreamweaver and Flash productivity

enhancements.

Faster Flash Compiler and Player.

New Fireworks features such as photo editing and drawing tools.

Unicode support.

New integration features include:

Enhanced cross-product integration.

Configurable Flash elements within Dreamweaver.

Improved round-trip editing.

Studio MX 2004 system requirements for Microsoft Corp. Windows:

600 MHz Intel Corp. Pentium III processor or equivalent.

Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000 or Windows XP.

256M RAM (512M recommended).

800M available disk space.

Apple Computer Inc.

Macintosh requirements:

500 MHz PowerPC G3 processor.

Mac OS X 10.2.6 or later.

256M RAM (512M recommended).

500M available disk space.

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