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 OS X 10.10 issue where Macaw failed Gatekeeper validation at launch and a "damaged" message was shown.
- Fixed bug that would sometimes publish unwanted white space in the HTML.
- Improved rich-text markup handling.
- Fixed breakpoint background attachment bugs.
- Fixed multiple disabled background bugs.
- Fixed shortcut bug on background gradient dialog.
- Ensure geometry does not get saved in states.
- Fixed center point text on breakpoints.
- Fixed component placing when component was created from a right origin element.
- Fixed issue where components would not drag correctly.
- Fixed issue where elements could not be deleted if a component had rich-text nodes.
- Make sure that width/height suffix values get applied when toggling them on/off in a global style.
- Handle prefix of -webkit-transforms within transition property.
- Windows Only: Improved system font support.
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later