Your all missing the point, the ball ache is having to transfer existing Muse sites into other platform,
despite want developers say it won’t be easy, it will be like taking a complex Indesign brochure
in to Word for Windows!
Also who will pay for all of this?
I just spoke on Live Chat with Adobe and they said there is a bit of hope that Adobe may revert their decision
"We are going to announce something really very good." + "There are some new updates we are going to announce soon for our Muse customers"
@jack_ttcoms I really hope you're right. Muse just got stable and good enough for high end and complex websites. Not to mention the enormous amount of functionality you can add with third party widgets. Wordpress, Wix, and other "cookie cuter" website makers are simply not good enough for designers who have a vision for a great website.
im going to publish my chat because i just got in touch with them again and now they are saying something completely different to the image below (previous chat)! Its very misleading so im gonna send the transcript for all Musers to read!
I do hope their not just getting peoples hopes up with communications like this, I for one have just recently renewed my CC sub for another year and was utterly disappointed with how they went out their announcement of the withdraw of Muse. I just hope they don't expect users to use Spark, either keeping Muse in it's current form or maybe merging Muse into Dreamweaver, either way there maybe light at the end of the tunnel.
Apologize for the confusion, but the information provided by the agent is incorrect. There has been no change in guidance from what was provided earlier.
The reason I am saying this is so that users visiting this post are not misled by the chat transcript.
For me Adobe has until April the 2nd to bring back Muse or some kind of program that does almost everything Muse does otherwise I am leaving Adobe forever!
God I hope so.... this has been a nightmare week for me.... jus hope "soon" isn't 3 months... need to know asap to be honest, as we have clients new and old to do work for.... is this the first time Adobe has killed an app of this magnitude without a replacement ready (or nearly ready)... Dreamweaver was there when they killed GoLive, Edge and Flash had Animate up and running... even back in the day Pagemaker had InDesign... just hate the scripted corporate jargon when you get though to them...
fingers crossed then!!!!