We've always been big fans of the 'old' Macromedia Fireworks, using it from the late 90s when it was tied to Dreamweaver and was designed as a tool to edit images you placed on your site. It's such a simple package for editing and creating graphics for a web page. We use it daily to produce graphics for both our disc and online work. As it's the same on both the PC and Mac, it means that there's no learning of a new product when we need to make quick online changes.
Adobe Fireworks 10 is the first public preview of the CS4 suite and Adobe have made a version available to current CS3 users, who can download and use the image editor for up to a month after the public release of CS4, expected later this year. The new Adobe Fireworks 10 (CS4) ships with a brand new user-interface which should be mirrored across the PC and Mac (we hope, but we've only tested the PC version so far*), as well as a host of new features.
*we have now tested Fireworks CS4 on a Mac and it ships with an almost identical updated interface across both the Windows and Mac platform, which is a first for the CS Suite. If you're a Mac user, it's worth testing the new Fireworks CS4.
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