Adobe releases free betas of Creative Suite apps

Adobe on Tuesday gave users a look at what’s in store for the next versions of some of its Creative Suite (CS) applications by releasing free public betas of Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Soundbooth on the Adobe Labs Web site.Anyone can download the new betas; however, for new customers, the software will only work for 48 […]

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Adobe on Tuesday gave users a look at what’s in store for the next versions of some of its Creative Suite (CS) applications by releasing free public betas of Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Soundbooth on the Adobe Labs Web site.

Anyone can download the new betas; however, for new customers, the software will only work for 48 hours after the first launch. If you’re an existing CS3 user, you can run the betas until CS4 becomes available.

The Dreamweaver CS4 beta includes several new features for Web designers, highlighted by a Related Files Toolbar and Code Navigator. The latter tool allows users to make changes to code that appears in several parts of a document with one update.

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