by Rich Lee


May 10, 2012

We’ve just released Edge preview 6, which has many significant updates:

  • Built-in lessons: First-timers and newbies, rejoice! We have six new tutorials built right into Edge, to help new users get familiar with the basics.
  • Coding: A new code panel gives you a complete view of the actions code in your project, and the code editor has a new full code mode.
  • Publishing: Easily import your projects into Adobe’s Digital Publishing Suite with InDesign CS6, or Apple iBooks author. We also have a new Static HTML Markup feature for SEO benefits, and Google Chrome Frame support for better fidelity on older browsers.
  • Symbols: You can now copy/paste and import/export symbols from one project to another.
  • Languages: Edge is now available in French, German, Japanese, Italian, and Spanish. Just go to the ‘Help’ menu to change it.
  • Other cool stuff: The Preview in Browser function is now compatible with Adobe Shadow, auto-keyframe mode has been improved, editable time codes are back, and so much more to make Edge more efficient.

Check out this video with Mark Anders, who covers the new features in preview 6.

Get the complimentary download here (you can also get Edge preview 6 as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud).

Also, our new microsite at is live!  This is our new “home” where people can learn about Edge, get helpful resources, download samples, and more. Please let us know what you think.



  • By David Owens - 8:38 AM on May 14, 2012  

    I’m new to Adobe Edge…but I love it. Not only is it helping me to create…it’s proving to be an awesome stepping stone to better understanding Flash.

    My only concern/complaint…is how poorly Adobe Edge and Adobe Muse play together. I want some import options! I need it to be more comfortable when working in the two. There should be capabilities to import edge documents…or working script into Muse.

  • By MarieG - 8:06 AM on May 14, 2012  

    How exciting! Great little tutorials when you load it. I am going to work on new projects with it right now and see what’s new and how I can make my compositions more efficient.
    Thanks. 🙂

  • By tfbkny - 11:22 PM on May 11, 2012  

    Awesome release! Love the improved code window looking more like in flash with the new code navigator… autocomplete next? 😉 Keep up the great work Rich, Mark, Sarah, Joe, Ryan the rest of the crew! 🙂

  • By fr - 2:17 PM on May 11, 2012  

    Excellent news ! Are there any plans to have other languages translations ? (i’m thinking about french, not for me but for many of the people i meet who won’t know how to ask…)

  • By Thirumoorthy - 5:36 AM on May 11, 2012  

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