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spacing problems in Dreamweaver MX design view

Posted on 2007-04-02
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Using Dreamweaver to create some new pages (using different CSS than the one I typically use) the text in the design view has some unusually wide (and difficult to work with line) spacing.  Any ideas on why this may be happening (when tested in a live browser spacing is fine) and how to correct for it.

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All versions of DW has limited support for rendering pages. MX will have particularly issues since it's an old version of DW.  The only way to improve this is to upgrade your version to DW8.

On another hand, this is a minor issue to deal with, Non of your users will use DW to view your site with, so the issue is limited to your developer environment.

-klykken
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klykken,

thanks.

Yeah, its not a problem for users, it just makes it a headache to work with.

While I have got you, any chance of going back to another one of my questions that you commented on:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Web_Languages-Standards/CSS/Q_22477557.html

This bullet issue is killing me and I cannot move forward on content development until I get it resolved.

mama
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Thanks for the original answer
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