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    question: is there a program similar to htmlkit for the mac?

    i am looking for a program like htmlkit, especially the tool bars across the top which makes editing so very easy.

    i've looked around this page but so far have not tripped over one -->> http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=CssEditors

    thanks in advance,
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    thanks chris, and sorry it took too long to get back to you. i have a house guest at the moment and we keep getting sidetracked into ... stuff
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    my advice: sell ur MAC and buy a PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty2260
    my advice: sell ur MAC and buy a PC.

    My advice you to is: sell ur PC and buy a MAC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zcorpan
    My advice you to is: sell ur PC and buy a MAC.
    My advice to both of you: Get out more :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by zcorpan
    My advice you to is: sell ur PC and buy a MAC.
    Ok... but the problem he is having is that there is no software for MAC.. so how would that help anything? Plus I don't have that kind of money to throw away...

    Quote Originally Posted by codepoet
    My advice to both of you: Get out more :-)
    LOL.
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    Virtual pc is available - then you can run any pc app


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    try one of these, you might find what you need there.

    I love BBEdit but there is the free TextWrangler which is just as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty2260
    Ok... but the problem he is having is that there is no software for MAC.. so how would that help anything? Plus I don't have that kind of money to throw away...

    LOL.
    *cough* There is tonnes of software for OS X... Just because he's looking for a program doesn't mean there isn't one.

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    Actually I found that a lot of time Macs have one tool where you get 10 small ones on a PC. Video editing being one example. If you don't want to spend on premiere you'll have trouble finding something on PC that is as handy as iMovie.
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    Windows Movie Maker.. just like imovie, comes with XP. Movie Maker actually has more features than imovie.

    Anywys.. the debate will go on forever as always. I work with both and prefer Windows because software and hardware are so highly available for Windows. just my opinion.
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    Robust, cheap, good, tasty: http://www.skti.org/skEdit.php

    Use in conjuction with FireFox and the web devloper toolbar and you're all set.
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