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Macromedia Fireworks 2

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#1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
fireworks2basicpckgefloat.sit (38.46 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
flashplayer3installer.sit (214.45 KB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Fireworks_2.img_.sit (230.70 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
using_fireworks.pdf
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

Quickly create Web page graphics. Use Fireworks to design, produce and optimise all your Web graphics and GIF animations. Slice images and create interactive rollovers. Fireworks automatically generates HTML and JavaScript.

Fireworks 2 Serial Number: FWM200-03751-37815-90462

See also: Macromedia Fireworks 1, Macromedia Dreamweaver 3/Fireworks 3 Studio, Macromedia Fireworks 4, Macromedia Studio MX 2002 - 2004 (Fireworks MX 6.0 and Fireworks MX 2004 7.0), Adobe Fireworks CS4 (10.0)

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Architecture: PPC

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Duality's picture
by Duality - 2018, November 30 - 5:05am

I've installed with the image I've provided as the third download, and my Power Mac remains Flash Player 3 free.

One issue with these loose CDs is that I'm suspecting some may have come from various bundles like the weird Flash/FreeHand Studio bundle, the Flash/Fireworks/Dreamweaver Web Studio bundle, the Fireworks/Ultradev Studio bundle, etc that were mighty popular with Macromedia as they were reinventing themselves around Flash.

That said the installers look the same between both images, at least from a counting bytes perspective, and they don't require serials to install Fireworks, just for the first run experience.

If the third image looks weird somehow, let me know.

Cubist's picture
by Cubist - 2011, December 21 - 3:55am

Thank you, MikeTomTom! I am now the proud owner of a working copy of Fireworks 2. Haven't quite figured out how to use it properly, but that's *my* problem, not yours or xeter's. Again, thanking to the both of you!

xeter's picture
by xeter - 2011, December 20 - 2:53pm

I don't generally post serial numbers for anything this recent. Sorry.

xeter's picture
by xeter - 2011, December 20 - 2:51pm

What I put up is the Flash 3 Player. Flash 3 on the disk was with trial software, and it doesn't say Flash 3 is required on the box, so I shouldn't think it is necessary. Flash 3 Player was with the free software (i.e. Internet Explorer and Netscape). Let me know if it works.

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by MikeTomTom - 2011, December 20 - 12:33pm

...it wants a serial number...

I located one and it installs version 2 - but as a working Demo version. Is this expected to expire in a week or two?

[Edit] My mistake, the S# I 1st used enabled demo mode. I found one that enables fully and its been added above in the DLs - (Download (0.43 KB)) "readme-fwks-2.sit".

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by Cubist - 2011, December 20 - 1:35am

Do I have a later version of Flash installed? Doubtful. I do have at least one later version of the Flash plugin for browsers installed, but since the Fireworks installer complained about Flash 3 not being present, I suspect browser plugins don't count. Thanks for adding the Flash 3 installer; willl download that puppy and see what difference that makes.

[after installing Flash 3] Okay, Fireworks 2 installed properly. Doesn't want to run -- it wants a serial number. Bummer. Google search for "fireworks 2 serial number" yielded a few sources for serial numbers; alas, none of the serials from said sources worked. Well, none of the ones I tried -- perhaps I just gave up the hunt too soon. 'Tis a mystery.

xeter's picture
by xeter - 2011, December 18 - 9:43am

Flash 3 (trial) and Flash Player 3 were some of the bloat I took out (will upload here so you can test). Do you have a later version of flash player installed?

Cubist's picture
by Cubist - 2011, December 18 - 1:11am

Downloaded the stripped-down installer just fine (thanks, xeter!). Alas, it would not let me install Fireworks, because it insists on having Flash 3 installed first. Ah, well. I trust this bit of information will prove useful to others.

xeter's picture
by xeter - 2011, December 17 - 9:47am

Have tried for a day and a half to upload the main Fireworks 2 image (an .hqx file, 333.8 MB), but the website keeps telling me when it finishes the upload process that the file cannot be uploaded. Tried renaming file etc., no go. Have uploaded a stripped down installer in the meantime (uploaded on first attempt).

Cubist's picture
by Cubist - 2011, December 16 - 11:44pm

Bug report: As of 16 December 2011, there doesn't seem to be a download link for the program itself, just its manual. Hope this can be fixed soon.