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Downloaded it last night, very disappointed that it dos not give a true responsive design, having said that, it does have some very interesting new features.
I know that you addressed your question to Ian, but I thought that I would send you the following link. See section on HTML5 and CSS3 Support, since I downloaded this document last night, they have changed the text and removed the reference to "responsive designs".
The more I see of Artisteer 4.0 it seems to be moving into a website designer and not a template generator.
You are correct, in the slideshow slider you add the images within Artisteer and NOT within Joomla, I agree this isn't what we would want from Artisteer.
I agree, as I said in my first posting to Ian, there are some nice new features, but I was looking for the option to build a responsive template. In the meantime I am going down the Troy route, which is creating some problems, but I am getting there, I will let you know how I get on. But it will have to be next week, too much going on in the UK with The Open Golf championship this weekend and the Olympics starting next weekend.
Sorry for my silence - but you may have seen elsewhere I have my share of problems at present!
I haven't really had a chance to play with it yet but I do think they need to include responsive design - it's omission is disappointing. It will come, I'm sure.
Won't get a chance in the next few days - for the first time this summer, we are promised fine weather for 5 days - so I shall be haymaking! Only 2 months late.
And Mike - minds on this side of the Channel are focused on a certain bike race, where the Brits (Wiggins and Frome) are likely to come in first and second and to be first (Cavendish) over the sprint finish in Paris. This after 3 brutally punishing weeks in the saddle in a race covering 2,173 miles, up mountains and down dales. Oh and there's the test Match against South Africa too!
Thanks Mike - I hope not too! We have a little parcel of land next to a small river which we decided to give to the local council so that could create a little picnic site. Unfortunately we have an extremely unpleasant neighbour who has decided that the land is hers, that we have therefore no right to give it away and is taking us to court seeking 5,000 € of damages!
She doesn't appear to have a legal leg to stand on, but the whole thing is a load of stress I could well do without!
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