- In case a project does not open/load/work right after I download and install WB14, should I fully be able to still open the project in WB12 if I leave WB12 installed on my harddrive?
- Is there anything wrong with just always keeping an old version of WB installed? I seem to still have WB11, even right now, the whole time I've been using WB12.
- I have no idea about whether I've saved my projects in 32-bit or 64-bit, all up to now, and have no idea if I need to have been changing and saving something as 64-bit. And I have no idea whether I should be using 32-bit or 64-bit on my primary computer. I don't believe I ever used the second link, on the WYSIWYG Web Builder download page of the main website http://wysiwygwebbuilder.com/download.html that said something about "now available in 64-bit". I don't think I ever downloaded or installed that. But again, I am not sure. I really want to make sure all of my projects will be in-place ok if I upgrade to WB14.
- I'm noticing that here:
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Added a new (easier) way to implement master pages. In addition to Master Frame you can now also use another page as background template. This does not require a content place holder. Basically, the master page will be used as 'background' of the content page and you place all other objects on top of this. If the master page includes a footer then it will automatically be moved based on the content.
Is this just completely gone in WB14? so that means, when I install WB14 on my computer, and open a .WBS project-file where I used to have these "Master Objects" that served as sort of the content-blocks that held all of my child-object elements which I would then call on a real-page and set them as a child Master-Object onto Layers that I has been using as headers, and footers, and then also "stacked"-Layers where I would place content and set them to "Floating"--those are all going to be gone, now..? Again, just trying to understand so that I am prepared whenever I upgrade to WB14.