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Members link added to left-side menu

I have added a new "members" module to the website so that authenticated users can see the list of members. The list can be sorted by role, name, or time last seen. If you click on a member's name, you'll see the profile page which has a link to his or her blog and maybe other items later. -R


Dreamweaver 8.0.1 Update Released

This product update fixes bugs in Dreamweaver 8.0. All users of the English version of Dreamweaver should apply this updater, regardless of operating system. The updater will be available for non-English versions in the near future. This updater will update Dreamweaver 8.0 to version 8.0.1. You can check your product version number on Windows by selecting the Help > About Dreamweaver, and on Mac by selecting Apple Menu > About Dreamweaver.


AMMUG confirmed as official user group

The Auburn Macromedia Users Group status as an official user group has been officially confirmed by Ed Sullivan of Adobe Systems. See his post for further information. -R


Default Website Theme Changed

We have changed the default website theme to ammug-default, which is a copy of the "pushbutton" theme with some minor modifications. The new theme has a lighter feel, as well as looking more professional. On the down side, the font sizes seem to be really large in some cases. We hope to resolve this a little later by editing the theme's CSS. -R


Web server trouble 1/11/06

The web server which runs the AMMUG website had some hardware problems today which affected the site's performance. We made some changes to the boot drives and rebooted it. So far everything seems to be functioning properly.


January 18, 2006 Meeting

The next AMMUG meeting is scheduled for January 18, 2006 at 10:00 AM in Haley Center room 3223B.


Blogs and Forums available

All registered users should now be able to post in the forums, and create personal blog entries. For example, if you discover a really cool feature in a program your using (such as Dreamweaver, ColdFusion, PHP, etc.), blog it! Or, if you have a question, post it in the forums. Use the tools here for the benefit of everyone.


Drupal 4.6.5 installed

The AMMUG website is currently running Drupal 4.6.5. If you think that a feature is missing, take a look at the core module list for Drupal first, and then look at the contributed module list. Let me know if you see anything there that you can't live without. :)