Check this if you'll be adding code (or don't like smileys).
To confirm that you are human write OK, uppercase:: (by the way we have several filters in place and we monitor everything, so don't loose time)
shortcuts (IE and NS6 only): hit alt+s to send, alt+p to preview, or alt+r to reset
Posted by: Daniel Munoz
Posted on: Mar 23rd, 2002, 7:57am
I'm evaluating EasyWebEditor for a personal web site and I must say I'm impressed by its qualities. As a professionnal Windows programmer specialized in GUI, I'm often very disapointed. EasyWebEditor seen to be just on the right tracks !
I would like to notify a small problem (well, very annoying for me, but still small).
The program resources are not compatible with Windows large font settings. Many controls in the dialogs are partially or totally hidden. It's annoying because my workstation screen resolution is set in 2048x1536, and if I don't use large fonts the letters are very... small! Even on my 21".
Anyway this program seem to work like a charm for people like me that don't know at all HTML, and don't have the time to learn it. Keep the good work!
Daniel Munoz Quebec, Canada.
PS: is it the place where to suggest improvements ?
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Mar 26th, 2002, 11:08am
Thank you for compliments. As for small / large fonts, it is a (small) problem that there is when we do some quick improvements. As the program windows are 60+ (each with tabs and subtabs) it is really difficult to test all everytime. If anyone of you finds such problems, we will appreciate a screen shot, so we can detect where is the problem and correct this.
BTW yes, any suggestion can be posted in the forum and maybe e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org so you will be sure we will have it!
Posted by: OTTODAD
Posted on: Apr 20th, 2002, 2:25pm
Have you tried setting the Resolution of your screen to say 860 x 600 temporarily, while you are composing your Web site pages and then test them in your normal high res mode ? The proportions should be the same if you use Tables ?
I have a 21" Mitsubishi in 860 x 600 mode and would not want to ruin my eyes trying to read text displayed on high resultion screens and their resulting small fonts. That goes for E-Mail, Word, Excell, FS2002 and many other programs. Use a resolution to suit what you are working with