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Foundation Fireworks CS4 by Hugh Griffith, Matthew Keefe, Chuck Mallott, Matt Heerema, Craig Erskine, Grant Hinkson

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11.5. Streamlining your workflow with the Fireworks developer toolbox

So far we've shown you how to execute JSF inline via MMExecute() and by including the JSF in a Text Block on the design surface. You'll never get away from the first method completely, but you should not have to rely on it exclusively. The Text Block method gives you a way to import your JSF without having to escape all of your JSF. This is great for small chunks of JSF but introduces another manual step that can result in errors. Having to copy and paste all of your JSF code from a text editor to the design surface in Flash becomes laborious, and it's one of those steps that can drive you crazy.

Fortunately, there's another approach that can streamline your workflow even ...

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