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Hi,

Is it at all feasible to create a forum for all other Macromedia products in the Macromedia category? I mean, I would consider Macromedia Fireworks to be a big part of Dreamweaver since they're designed to integrate with each other seamlessly and I use both programs pretty frequently in my website design work. Even if it was not used very often, I still think it would be a big help

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Fireworks is such a piece of Crud that it would be filled with questions.
However, it's an artistic program, and as such doesn't, imho, have any place here. No more than a Photoshop forum would.

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I have no thoughts on the quality of the program itself. But, Hal's right, Wrox's mission is "Programmer to Programmer" and Fireworks falls pretty far outside of that. So no, there won't be a forum on this.
Generally speaking, as we rebuild the Wrox list with new books, we're trying to limit new P2P forums to programming topics that relate to the books we publish.

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