Writing extensions for Fireworks MX is fun. Last night I spent some time putting the final touches to a command panel that I’ve been working on for a long time.
During this time it occured to me that there really are very few Fireworks extension developers out there, you know I think I could probably count them on a single hand…, a search through my favourites should put this one to rest.
There you go then. Let me know if you can be added to the list.
On Monday I reached the grand old age of 26…, it’s really quite depressing to realise that I’m now well on my way to 30.
There was a time when I felt young, I had the whole rest of my life ahead of me, but now I feel like I’m up against the clock, every minute, day, week and month counts.
Last night I took a visit to ‘PC World’, full of sales guys who know nothing about the product and just want to sell you a service plan.
Anyhow, I/We (My wife and I) ended up buying a cheapy Logitech webcam amonst other things, I have to say this has to be the most fun you can have for such a small amount of cash. Well worth the spend.
Kleanthis has released a set of 4 new Fireworks MX extensions. I downloaded these some time ago, but totally forgot to report on them, they are:
As you’d expect from Kleanthis, these extensions are brilliantly put together, work well and look great. Worth the download.
Phireworx release ‘Super Guides’ for Fireworks MX.
Super Guides is an axonometric projection template creator to allow you to create templates of any size, any angle and opacity for your isometric illustration needs.
Super Guides gives you control over; Projection Angle, Document Template Size and Grid Opacity. Go check it out…