Nuggets: Adobe ups Web portfolio with GoLive V4.0

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Contrary to reports of Adobe being bought by those cheeky Quark chappies, the graphics giant went on a bit of a spree itself and acquired GoLive Systems Inc.'s Web publishing technologies to add to its own portfolio. The result: a new version of GoLive CyberStudio called Adobe GoLive 4.0 which ships first on the Mac (March) with a PC version to follow by Q2 this year.

This updated version has a new movie editor for fancy Web graphics, support for XML, PDF integration and support for Microsoft's Active Server Pages. We haven't seen GoLive yet, but for those of you who just can't wait Adobe Direct is running an introductory offer on 0131 458 6842 for £119 + VAT for 90 days prior to shipment and then at £179 + VAT.


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