TechNote (updated): TechNote updated with one new issue.
TechNote: This TechNote describes issues customers have described with Fireworks 8.
TechNote: When trying to uninstall or install Macromedia Studio 8 products, you may receive the following error message: “Error 1719. The Windows Installer Service could not be accessed. This can occur if you are running Windows in safe mode, or if the Windows Installer is not correctly installed. Contact your support personnel for assistance.”
TechNote: After installing the English version of Macromedia Studio 8 or Fireworks 8, Fireworks launches in a different language, such as Japanese.
TechNote: In some Windows 2000 environments, attempting to install any Macromedia Studio product (Dreamweaver 8, Fireworks 8, Flash 8 or Contribute 3.11) generates the following warning: The package requires a newer version of the Windows Installer. Do you want to update the version of the Windows Installer in your system?
TechNote: There are no uninstallers available for Macromedia Studio 8 products on Macintosh OS X, except for Fireworks 8 and Flash 8.
TechNote: When installing any of the Macromedia Studio 8 products (Flash 8, Fireworks 8, Dreamweaver 8, Contribute 3.11), if the primary drive is too full to accommodate the installation, the installer presents you with a list of alternate drives. However, after selecting one of these drives, the primary drive reasserts (all other choices do not ‘stick’), preventing you from installing to a different drive
TechNote: When attempting to add a stroke to an image in Macromedia Fireworks 8 the stroke color can be selected in the toolbar but will not apply to the image.
TechNote: Hand-coding the Macromedia Fireworks 8 CSS Pop-up Menus can be quite tedious, since Class IDs, attributes and selectors have auto-generated names and numerical values.