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I have Fireworks 3 and have run across a small problem.  I had about an hour and a half of work into an image when the system crashed.  I know, I know.  I should have saved.  
My question is this: I had just done a browser preview before the crash and there was an HTML page left over.  Is there any way to revert the HTML page to a PNG format so that I can go back to editing it in Fireworks?
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You could take a screenshot of the web page and then crop it up/save it as PNG in photoshop.
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The only problem with that is that the image is a rollover and I need both frames.
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Then you can drag the PNG from the web page to your desktop to copy the image (mac). Or use the secondary mouse button to "Save" it (PC).
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Does the html page work properly and are all of the rollovers working?

There is no way to get the page back to the way it was, but if you still have all of the images you can re import them into Fireworks and have to re-arrange everything from within there.

I shall check at home tonight to see if you can do it in an easier way, as that is the sort of problem I would have as well.

I assume you are using a PC..?

Ben
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Yeah...didn't really think there was any way to import an HTML file into Fireworks and save it as PNG.  That would be a nice addition though to Fireworks 4
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I checked at home and you can't import the html, you can copy the html to something else though.

Sorry I couldn't do more...

And you're right, that would be a nice addition for the next version.
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try out using a software called ACDSee.
bye!
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