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NetObjects XII


Bebee

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Just when I thought NetObjects was going nowhere, and was considering what the alternatives might be like, they have come up with a new version.

Has anyone any views on it from experience or from what it seems to offer?

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but like you I have felt that NOF had lost a sense of direction over the past few years.

The company underwent radical changes in 2009, and now operates entirely independendently. This may result on a more focused and innovative approach to software deisgn, or it may not.

The full version of Fusion XII costs £154, and I don't see any trial download, so it's not a cheap gamble. I'm going to try to get hold of a copy soon, and if you're still undecided I'll let you have some thoughts then.

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Bebee

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I would only need the upgrade, and I thought the full version seemed expensive - although about the same as Expression.

I'm not in a hurry but thought I would see what the reaction was like - so if you get hold of a copy your thoughts would be appreciated.

A pity there's not a trial.

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