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 Menu problem with Artisteer and CCS

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FERAD

Posts: 51
Posted: 08/16/2009, 5:47 PM

creating Artisteer project works with PHP but menu does not convert properly when changing project to ASP.Net C# with or without IMF. It looses formatting and images. This problem is easy to recreate with Artisteer and CCS.

Using the latest CCS and Artisteer 2.2.0.17981

Also sent email to support. Will post solution if I get one.

Thanks in advance for any help.
FERAD
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FERAD

Posts: 51
Posted: 08/25/2009, 7:01 AM

Response from Yes Software:

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"The problem is reproducible and I've assigned it to our developers."

and...

Quote :
"Yes, this problem is assigned to our developers. Hope, they will fix it for the next update."

:-/ Wonder if VS2010 will be released first???
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FERAD

Posts: 51
Posted: 08/25/2009, 7:02 AM

You would think that Yes software and Artisteer would test things like this before sending out updates. If Yes software did buy Artisteer then there should be no excuse for this. And if any changes need to be made they should be done quickly with updates or patches available to all users.
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duplo1

Posts: 67
Posted: 08/28/2009, 8:08 AM

Well, Ferad, you have no idea how often I have heard this sentence "The problem is assigned to our developers" over the past weeks as Inmotion does not seem to run properly on a 64bit server. And instead of coming up with a solution, they simply claim it is my new server. What they are not able to explain is why regular ASP.net C# created with Codecharge run fine.
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duplo1

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Posted: 08/28/2009, 8:09 AM

If I look at the posts in the Inmotion Forum it seems you and I are the only ones using Inmotion. LOL. LOL.
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FERAD

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Posted: 08/28/2009, 8:46 AM

To be honest, I cannot keep waiting for Yes Software.

During the past few months, we have tried developing new websites with VS2008 .NET C#. I must say that I am very impressed with VS, the user support, documentation and flexibility of the program. Just this week our company decided to discontinue CCS for any new .net applications and use CCS only for maintaining old projects.

Several months ago I got so frustrated with Yes and Peter, I listed in one of the forum threads of many support requests I had submitted. I am sure the list was over 25. The list was specific to .NET C# with inmotion Framework. Peter just kept responding how good inmotion framework was.

Duplo1, I know the frustration and can give you a long list of Forum members that are now also frustrated with the lack of committment from Yes software. I am really not sure Yes Software can keep up with this multi platform product.

On another note, Artisteer works well with VS2008 and I am looking forward to the possibilities with VS2010.
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FERAD

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Posted: 08/28/2009, 8:46 AM

Maybe a CSS to VS forum should be started. :-D
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Jan K. van Dalen
Posted: 08/28/2009, 8:38 PM

FERAD, couple of toughts ...

First, please remember that Peter works for Yes and he must follow the
companies rules ... hence no reason to get frustrated with him. I have
found Peter to be responsive and helpful.

Second, You need to use whatever tool fits your needs, if it is VS, then so
beat it. Somehow, people treat development tools like Rock Groups with
groupies .... your responsability is with your users ... not Yes (or any
other tool).

Lastly, I believe that the silence from Yes is misguided. I understand the
concept of keeping your competitors in the dark but ... CodeCharge is so
different that they will be better served by publishing a Roadmap. We
believe in RAD & Code Generators and there are some solutions out there for
..Net, if Yes can not be more "open", then as you, we are forced to look at
other tools (which are are actually doing right now).

"FERAD" <FERAD@forum.codecharge> wrote in message
news:344a97fbc87ddb8@news.codecharge.com...
> To be honest, I cannot keep waiting for Yes Software.
>
> During the past few months, we have tried developing new websites with
> VS2008
> NET C#. I must say that I am very impressed with VS, the user support,
> documentation and flexibility of the program. Just this week our company
> decided to discontinue CCS for any new .net applications and use CCS only
> for
> maintaining old projects.
>
> Several months ago I got so frustrated with Yes and Peter, I listed in one
> of
> the forum threads of many support requests I had submitted. I am sure the
> list
> was over 25. The list was specific to .NET C# with inmotion Framework.
> Peter
> just kept responding how good inmotion framework was.
>
> Duplo1, I know the frustration and can give you a long list of Forum
> members
> that are now also frustrated with the lack of committment from Yes
> software. I
> am really not sure Yes Software can keep up with this multi platform
> product.
>
> On another note, Artisteer works well with VS2008 and I am looking forward
> to
> the possibilities with VS2010.
> ---------------------------------------
> Sent from YesSoftware forum
> http://forums.yessoftware.com/
>
JimmyCrackedCorn

Posts: 583
Posted: 08/29/2009, 2:17 AM

Peter has helped me as well but when it comes to getting him to admit to any CCS issues he reminds me a bit of the pet shop proprietor in the old Monty Python skit! :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vuW6tQ0218
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Jan K. van Dalen
Posted: 08/29/2009, 11:52 AM

LOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

"JimmyCrackedCorn" <JimmyCrackedCorn@forum.codecharge> wrote in message
news:344a98f22da6f5a@news.codecharge.com...
> Peter has helped me as well but when it comes to getting him to admit to
> any CCS
> issues he reminds me a bit of the pet shop proprietor in the old Monty
> Python
> skit! :)
>
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vuW6tQ0218
> _________________
> Walter Kempees...you are dearly missed.
> ---------------------------------------
> Sent from YesSoftware forum
> http://forums.yessoftware.com/
>
robertmann

Posts: 104
Posted: 08/29/2009, 12:15 PM

I tried to stay quiet but many of my past posts were for Ferad because all his posts are about what he cannot do. He reminds me people on other forums that dont know how to use computer but find problems everwhere. He needs VS user support to help him with every line of code but this is same as hiring developer or getting education. So he will always complain when no one will help him. But it is good that he goes away and will bother VS users now.
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JimmyCrackedCorn

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Posted: 08/29/2009, 2:51 PM

Quote robertmann:
I tried to stay quiet but many of my past posts were for Ferad because all his posts are about what he cannot do. He reminds me people on other forums that dont know how to use computer but find problems everwhere. He needs VS user support to help him with every line of code but this is same as hiring developer or getting education. So he will always complain when no one will help him. But it is good that he goes away and will bother VS users now.
robert, stop holding back and just tell us what you really think about this! :)
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robertmann

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Posted: 08/29/2009, 3:06 PM

Nah, I had to cut my above post by 90% or ys would ban me :)
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JimmyCrackedCorn

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Posted: 08/29/2009, 6:23 PM

:-D
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