If taking this class at a physical location (i.e. on campus), use their computers and software - avoid buying it. The only software I used for my Dreamweaver class was BBEdit.VegasMac said:Just wondering if someone has the hook up for dreamweaver, i'm taking a class and I need the program, and i'm broke. So if someones got the hook up you rock thanks.
Haha true, but it's hard to think someone looking for a "hook up" for Dreamweaver is actually planning on paying for itshuurajou said:Everybody is always too eager to convict someone guilty before proven guilty these days.
Vrey true, especially considering the reign that warez seems to have on the net these days. Although I would think asking a bunch of mac users would be the worst place, you're such a vicious bunch when you wanna be .Littleodie914 said:Haha true, but it's hard to think someone looking for a "hook up" for Dreamweaver is actually planning on paying for it
You're right. By and large, any site that offers "OEM" software is probably offering either unlicensed software (an original piece of media *without* an end user license, usually provided with a cracked serial number) or an outright forgery. Calling it "OEM" is just bafflegab to make it sound legitimate.solvs said: