Re: WYSIWYG editor for clients to use

by "Mike O'Lary" <ctfuzzy(at)>

 Date:  Fri, 27 Apr 2001 10:11:11 -0400
 To:  ErthWlkr(at),
 In-Reply-To:  aol
  todo: View Thread, Original
At 09:21 AM 4/27/2001 , ErthWlkr(at) wrote:
[ . . . ]although at some point in the future I believe we'll all be in the

Sure, give me nightmares. Whadda you care :-).

>The Design Mode - and I'm only talking about this specific part of the 
>package - is recommended for light work - ie setting up initial design, fine 
>tuning tables, etc.  Not for the heavy lifting that a Dreamweaver is used for.

No wonder I have back problems !!!! I have been using NotePad !!!!

><<Whenever we decide we need to
>spend time and money on a new software, one consideration is that it will
>help us land a job or a contract.>>
>Actually I try to find a piece of software that will help me process my work 
>faster which translates to more productive time which equates to greater 
>profit. Software doesn't equal marketing.
>But now I've probably started another fire....  :-)

Well, consider this adding fuel then: You got the right plan Man. Folks
that buy software to "land contracts" get my predatory instincts in an
uproar - an easy meal for a capable, hungry developer you know. I'd say I
wish I had a nickle for every one of them I have seen get sent packing, but
I do have. You see, they usually hire me to fix the "stuff".

<bashful as ever>
Capt. F.M. O'Lary
The secret of success is sincerity. Once you can fake that, you have it made.

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