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    The 30 day-trials are ready for d/l at macromedia.com. Here are the direct links for those that are interested.

    Dreamweaver MX 2004 (65mb)
    Flash MX 2004 (75mb)
    Fireworks MX 2004 (27mb)

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    So what's the major new stuff in the 2004 series?
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    Too much to copy and paste, but looks well worth it, at least for Dreamweaver.
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    Cool, I will check them out later on
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    I haven't installed anything yet....maybe tomorrow. I hear that all Macromedia software is going to an on-line activation process to use it. Probably something that is required after the 30 day trial period is up.

    Flash MX 2004 now supports extensions that automate and enhance Flash authoring and workflow processes.
    http://www.macromedia.com/software/flash/extensions/

    Not sure what's new with the other's, or even if it's worth upgrading. Have to wait for the reviews to come out.

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    I looked over the descriptions for dreamweaver... and it doesn't look like they've added anything major at all... Sounds like a ripoff to me. I'll d/l the demo sometiem and see if there is a difference though.
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