I like working with fireworks but CS6 is a joke.
Hardly any performance improvement has been made.
5 year old bugs still exist.
Are you dropping fireworks in the next years? Will there be a 64bit version in the future?
In my opinion it is crucial that you set up an appropriate feature-request, voting, discussion and bugreport tool for every product.
It seems like you are ignoring your community entirely.
To the community
We should start crowd-funding our own tool.
Make a website.
Going viral, Who's in?
I totally agree! Post your opinions at Fireworks Facebook site, theres already a discussion going on. Fire from every side, untill Adobe recognizes that there are loads of customers who are totally dissatisfied with their way of treating FW! Actually its such a highly potential programm, so sloppy supported.
Because I'm more of a user experience manager now, I'm not a regular Fireworks user. But I agree there is a great need for something in between Photoshop and Illustrator for the web. I've always looked to Fireworks for that but haven't found as much support for it because people tend to reach for what they know. I think Fireworks could really fill the void if they could start expanding it for wireframing / prototyping designs and then allowing us to hand those files off to designers.
Well, it's would be great if Adobe could at least fix issues that exist and acknowledged from version 4. Toggling text box causes text jump down 2 pixels, crashes when working with big files, keyboard support for symbols panels, undo bug on large files, partial support for Photoshop Live filters (blending), etc.
Have you requested these changes to the Adobe wishlist yet? It really is the best way to be heard. The more people requesting the same thing carries weight. Plus thatnlist is read by Adobe staff. This is a user to user forum where we the users try t help where we can.
Here is the link:
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Nice Adobe family , kinda hard to look at "fw" but its true.