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February 12, 2015 /Milestones /

Dreamweaver CC Update (2014.1.1) is Now Available

The latest Dreamweaver CC update delivers learning content available right in the application, Live View and Extract improvements, stability enhancements, bug fixes, and more. Here’s what you will find in this update…

Learning Content Available Right in Dreamweaver

Sharpen your skills with personalized learning content for different experience levels available right inside Dreamweaver CC. The new set of tutorials is presented inside a window and comes with different compelling flavors (visual tutorial, top quality video, step by step tutorials, etc.), so it’s easy for you to learn and gain the knowledge you need to go to the next level in your career.

 

Live View and Extract Improvements

We have made improvements to the Extract and Live View feature in this update so you can now select an image from the Extract panel, then hold and drag it into Live View to bring up the Element Quick View panel for a visual and precise insertion. Here’s a quick demo of this improvement:

 

New Code View Color Themes

One of the features we have introduced in the previous release of Dreamweaver CC was the ability to customize your code editor with a pre-built color themes. In this update, we have added more color themes templates for you to choose from and apply to your code editor.

 

 

Stability and Performance Enhancements

We want you to know that when you provide feedback or comments, we care and listen. In this update, we’ve fixed many issues and implemented enhancement requests that you have  reported. Click here to see a complete list of all the bugs and issues we addressed in this update. Download the latest update of Dreamweaver and let us know what you think.

 

Thanks for your support!

The Dreamweaver Team

 

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  • By Dave Brockmeier - 6:52 PM on February 12, 2015  

    I’m so glad the Dreamweaver team keeps adding useful features. I’m really impressed with the updates since it became Dreamweaver CC. Keep up the good work!

    • By Lindsay Munro - 9:07 PM on February 12, 2015  

      Thanks for the kind words Dave!

    • By Richard Ellis - 4:09 PM on February 13, 2015  

      Forget adding new features and instead use the time to fix the existing bugs in the past updates including this latest one!

  • By Commodore Crush - 11:29 AM on February 13, 2015  

    This update is awful. Everything in the “Design” view window is now a mess with broken css, misplaced tables, etc. Hope there’s a fix for this soon.

  • By Chris - 3:10 PM on February 13, 2015  
    • By Lindsay Munro - 8:16 PM on February 13, 2015  

      All sorted, thanks for the head’s up!

  • By Michal Dodson - 10:07 PM on February 22, 2015  

    How do you download cc 2014.1.1 ?

    • By Lindsay Munro - 5:15 PM on February 23, 2015  

      Just log out of your Creative Cloud desktop manager and log back in – you should be prompted to update. Hope this helps!

  • By Dietmar W. Sokowski - 8:00 PM on March 3, 2015  

    When will Adobe provide a desktop version (i.e. cloud-free) of Dreamweaver [e.g. CS7 or higher] with a perpetual license? Thank you for an unambiguous reply.

  • By Paul Liles - 3:33 PM on March 4, 2015  

    I bought Dreamweaver CC and am running release 13.1. I got a email that it has been upgraded. For the life of me after 20 minutes of searching around I cannot figure out how to get the upgrade installed!
    Any assistance on how I go about getting the upgrade would be appreciated.

    Thank You!

    • By Lindsay Munro - 8:58 PM on March 4, 2015  

      Hey Paul, All you need to do is log out of your Creative Cloud desktop manager and log back in. You should be prompted to update then. Let us know if you have any problems!

  • By Karin Eisermann - 9:12 PM on March 4, 2015  

    I have Dreamweaver CS 5.5. Can I update to Dreamweaver CC 2014 1.1?

    • By Lindsay Munro - 9:14 PM on March 4, 2015  

      Hey Karin, You can switch over to a CC plan which is subscription based. You’ll save some money as an existing customer. Learn more about plans here.

  • By Paul - 3:10 AM on June 14, 2015  

    Lots of rubbish features for Adobe’s Photoshop customers base …. but mostly garbage and nothing to see here for the old Macromedia customers who have been well and truly sh*t on by Adobe …. Probably more bugs, slower performance and bloated with a load of features that are not that useful …. Adobe you suck!!!!!!!!!!!!!