Macromedia quircks

My second impression of the macromedia.com public redesign is much less favorable than my first. I'm trying to download the latest updater to Dreamweaver MX and the downloads page remains stuck on "Assembling Interface Components". Asking people to give you feedback on cosmetic design may be fine, but throwing a widely untested, unusable site that just gets in the way when you're trying to achieve something as simple as a download, is unacceptable for a company which claims leadership in web space.

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