greenmorpher wrote:What about HTML export for whole files so you can build a site in PL and export it as I can do with Canvas?
greenmorpher wrote:And I wouldn’t dream of doing DTP in anything but a postscript editor. LOL.
I do both DTP and Websites (e.g. http://www.worslepress.com, http://www.ad-doctor-online.com, http://www.malliabuilders.com.au) in Canvas X. Also vector and raster (although I now do most of my raster in PL).
Sure it’s not 100%, it has limitations, and the HTML is now a little old fashioned, and when saving to HTML rather than postscript or PDF you need to keep your document fairly simple, but I seriusly cannot understand why the Hubers don’t add the "save as HTML" capability to PhotoLine.
Sure, there are plenty of editors out there and lots of simple programs to do the job, but there's nothing like being able to go to your familiar graphics program, whip up a layout with tools you know, and "save as" to HTML. Sure makes web design and production easy for those who don’t do a lot of them but do enough of them to make paying a bit extra for PL worthwhile. Be much better than having to learn a whole new program -- then re-learn it when I wanted to build a site.
If things get too complex, I just call in an expert to do the tricky bits.
Herbert123 wrote:Now, one thing Photoline *is* missing would be the ability to export to 8bit png with a full 8bit alpha channel. Fireworks offers this, and it is absolutely essential for good optimization: without this, we are stuck with full 32bit transparency. It would be great if the devs could extend the web export, and add this option. Also, web export should provide an option to remove any non-essential meta data, thereby reducing the file size further (often an additional 10kb is saved).
Herbert123 wrote: Also, web export should provide an option to remove any non-essential meta data, thereby reducing the file size further (often an additional 10kb is saved).
bkh wrote:That said, I don't know how a 32 bit compressed PNG with 256 actual colours compares to one with a palette + full transparency one in terms of file size and browser compatibility.
Herbert123 wrote:Now, one thing Photoline *is* missing would be the ability to export to 8bit png with a full 8bit alpha channel.
Herbert123 wrote:By the way, what is the equivalent of "posterize" in Photoline? One wall I keep hitting in Photoline is the strange non-industry standard labeling in the English version...
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