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    Hi,

    Where is the users manual/documentation/help files etc...?

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    When a spacific one for 2013 is brought out, you will find it here: http://netobjects.com/html/documentation.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by gotFusion View Post
    When a spacific one for 2013 is brought out, you will find it here: http://netobjects.com/html/documentation.html
    So the 2012 one still applies?

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    It's all we have at the moment. If you're new to NoF then the User Guide and Getting Started Guide are a great resource You'll find them here. If you're not new to NoF then little has changed from v12 although there are some new features. We're all finding about them as we go on these forums.

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    I have been using since version 3! Wow. Thanks for the help.

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    I have been using since version 3! Wow. Thanks for the help.
    You shouldn't have a great deal of difficulty adapting to 2013 then. There are some new features but they are mostly things that I always used 3rd party scripts/apps for anyway (like the image slider). I've always felt NoF's great strength was in being able to lay out a site structure and design rapidly and without having to worry about specific coding until after the site structure was basically completed. Specific requirements could then be accessed by using the vast range of free/low-cost scripts out there to do everything from guest books to e-commerce to galleries to database back-ends.

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    Thanks. I love NOF. I am grappling with the ecommerce thing now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LAhearn View Post
    Thanks. I love NOF. I am grappling with the ecommerce thing now.
    This gotFusion tutorial should help you out with the component

    http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4038

    If you want more flexibility than the component offers you can take a look at my "roll your own store" tutorial

    http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4050
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    Respectfully, because I love NetObjects Fusion and have been using it for years, but in the end I thought that I was some sort of freak asking this question, but Im glad to see that Im not on my own, see my old post.
    http://forums.netobjects.com/showthr...o-this-message
    I would now suggest a mini manual entitled "Whats new in fusion 2013 and just to have a tutorial of the new features, and for it to be used with the manual for version 11.

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