Macaw provides the same flexibility as your favorite image editor but also writes semantic HTML and remarkably succinct CSS.
Macaw’s design environment is powered by a real-time layout engine called Stream, which allows elements to be manipulated in a manner similar to image editors like Adobe’s Photoshop. Behind the scenes, Stream calculates all of the properties necessary (floats, clears, margins, etc) to place the elements into a static document flow just as a seasoned developer would.
- Fixed bug where select input elements would share options if they were created with copy/paste.
- Addressed issue where background images would not render if they had an apostrophe in the filename.
- Updated preview window CSS view so it always displays the correct CSS file for the current page.
- Fixed pasting into textareas and inputs.
- Fixed global style suffix changes for height and width.
- Fixed illegal classname alert so that it actually updates the elements name so it doesn't keep displaying.
- Fixed issue where 100% height background images and gradients were not showing in Firefox.
- Updated text elements to better handle when text is pasted into the element that contains paragraph tags.
- Fixed bug where users could not delete a global style if they right clicked on the class name and not the layer.
- Addressed issue the link on an element appeared to not be clearable.
- Added palette update after using the "Expand" command.
- Added palette update on page change.
- Fixed bug where elements with classes that contained the text "body" would get 100% height.
- Fixed bug where undo/redo would not work after using the "Publish Settings" dialog.
- Updated drawing so that drawing is only triggered via the left mouse button.
- Fixed ability to select all, undo, and redo in the Scripts window.
- Fixed rare issue that would overwrite mcw files with a corrupt version.
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later