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I'm getting bored with this ever-crashing application. It's nearly impossible to handle layers, texts etc. Is there any WYSYWIG page-creator for Linux, except this duo?...
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    Any substitution for Kompozer - NVU


    I'm getting bored with this ever-crashing application. It's nearly impossible to handle layers, texts etc.
    Is there any WYSYWIG page-creator for Linux, except this duo?
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    you might want to check out quanta, not sure if it does everything that kompozer does but I used it for awhile and it at least didn't have massive crashing on me
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    Kompozer is notoriously unstable, been a while since I've had a stable installation.

    You could try the editor that comes with OpenOffice, nothing else I know that can do the wysiwyg that Kompozer offers.
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    It's incredible, how poor is Linux in web-productive applications. I've used to use Macromedia Flash in my Windows career, and still didn't found anything could compare to it. There are also no simple web designing apps. Quanta is like a space ship's command center, Amaya: why, if only I could figure how to put a text area where I wanted to put...
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    It seems that OpenOffice will do the thing.
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