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kdogg73 writes "Jens Bergensten announces Minecraft Redstone 1.5 is now in pre-release, sets official release date to March 13. Among the main changes are a number of new redstone-related blocks, including the Comparator, Hopper, Dropper, Daylight Sensor, Trapped Chest, Weighted Pressure Plates and Block of Redstone." Link to Original Source top
kdogg73 (771674) writes "My bread and butter is desktop publishing on the MacOS: Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator (Quark is dead). I never see the print medium actually going away altogether, but the pinch increases every year, reminding me to keep my horizons open. My employer appreciates that, as our work shifts to more web-based design. Beyond generating a web ready PDF, I have dabbled with Flash, HTML and basic web managing such as WordPress, MODx and other content site management tools over the years. Adobe packages Dreamweaver/Flash with some of their Creative Suites, and I have those handy. My question is to what people think of the program BBEdit versus other text-based code editors, including Dreamweaver's own. I used this back in the 90s and loved it. I'm debating on asking for a full copy. I see myself copying source in and out of the content management programs to BBEdit, cleaning up inline CSS and other HTML code as needed. Thanks for any insight." Link to Original Source