Does anyone have experience with using a version control system like subversion to handle multiple users editing a set of fireworks documents? My task right now is to apply hotspots to a group of web prototype pages. I'm starting to get the hang of it (I'm really new to fireworks), but the problem is that a designer is still making changes to the documents in parallel. Is there a way to merge in the designers changes while still preserving the work in the weblayer that I'm doing?

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No. Merging only works with plain text files, and even then conflicts are a frequent occurrence which require manual intervention. Your only hope would be Adobe's own version control system, and I have no idea if that does anything with Fireworks.

Answered over 6 years ago by Nathan Duran
  • That's pretty much what I was expecting. Will have a look into adobe's vc and see if that helps any. Is there a way to save the web layer of a fireworks project separately? I could then potentially reimport the layer over the changed pieces of the project...ah, I guess that's wishful thinking too. Thanks for the help! vertigoclinic over 6 years ago