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  1. caisses enregistreuses A key thing to realize is that Expression Web is "friendly" to websites that use these components. It won't break them, and in fact, you can still access their properties. If you double-click on a hit counter in Expression Web, the Hit Counter dialog box will still appear and allow you to modify the properties of the hit counter. The major difference is that there isn't an easy way in Expression Web to insert a new hit counter.
  2. caisses enregistreuses Despite its new version number, Expression Web 2 looks and works almost exactly like the first version, and unless you need the new support for PHP or a few minor new features that I'll get to in a moment, there's no strong reason to upgrade. Microsoft got the interface right in the first version, and Expression Web does a superb job of combining an enormously complex set of functions into a clearly navigable set of menus and task panes. Even the icon-based toolbars are easy to navigate, because any complex or obscure function has an explanatory label next to the oth
  3. caisses enregistreuses Bluefish 2.2.2 is largely a bug fix release with some very minor new features. A regression in the search functionality was fixed, that caused a segfault if a document with search results was closed. Multiple replace with search results directly next to each other corrupting the text was also fixed. The broken cursor positioning that ruined the Zencoding plugin was also fixed. On the multiplatform front: on Windows handling of the profile directory with non-ascii characters was fixed and on MacOSX image browsing in the image dialog was fixed. Two GTK-3 related bugs w
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