John Todd wrote:AFAIK, Photoshop is used by web designers to design web sites (I'm not sure about the process but I know they export their designs to HTML).
4. No real support for what tablet's are actually supposed to be good at, which is drawing/sketching
Bert, I expect you and Kathy to come up with a great "Head First" like book in the iBook store. You can add videos to end of chapters, or just in certain sections.
Bert Bates wrote:
Any suggestions for a nice, cheap, easy, napkin drawing, sort of app? About the only thing essential is the ability to export drawings to formats like .pdf.
Fresh installs don't really count as I need to do an upgrade ...
by jregan439 September 1, 2009 10:39 AM PDT
Wish folks reporting Snow Leopard incompatibilities would mention from time to time the fact that Java 1.6 is the _only_ version supported. Even what appears to be Java 1.5 is Java 1.6.
Why does it matter? Lots of folks in other forums are reporting apps that are version dependent. Sure Sun says a 1.6 Java can use 1.3 classes - doesn't mean apps, usually the GUI, work properly.
For me it's a huge deal. I work with large vendor apps that still run on Java 1.4. From time to time I write custom classes for clients that use those apps. Without 1.4 on my laptop, guess where that puts me? SOL with SL. I can downgrade to Leopard or switch to M$. Anyone working with 'legacy' Java apps is in the same boat. There are _lots_ of apps built in the past few years that qualify as 'legacy'.
Cyndie Enfinger wrote:I am new to Java and really like this book so far. I found this forum when trying to find where the solutions are to the Sharpen Your Pencil excercises in the later chapters. I am not taking an instructor lead course and wonder if there is a way to get these answers if we are going through this book in a self-paced manner? I can see if I'm correct for chapter 9 by typing it in and trying each one, but wonder if later chapters will be that way.