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I sum up my voice in vote for Dreamweaver MX and the complete Macromedia Studio MX. Also voting for Adobe Photoshop, Acrobat, Illustrator and Premier (or any Adobe Software, they're great)
A vote for Nero too. K3B is great but Nero's better.
Nobody has voted for anything like this but I will: some database visual design tool, like Embarcadero ER/Studio or ERWin. I don't know if they work with wine, but my goal is to get rid of wine as I started getting rid of windows. (No heart feeling from Wine developers, you're doing a great job)
It's proprietary software for property management. It works best with Windows 98... XP doesn't like it very much. To upgrade to a newer version that runs better on XP will cost many thousands $$$.Yardi is the only reason they're sticking with Windows. And they want XP because of the networking capabilities. XP is costing them a fortune; my boss would love to switch to Linux and Open Office.
They would probably be willing to pay the same for a Linux version as for the upgraded Yardi version, because they would still save money by ditching Windows.
I would like to see KDE's konqueror web browser ported to Linux. I'm talking about a standalone version which wouldn't require one to have kde and kde libraries installed. Or else a KDE installer would be nice, not only for installing but customizing the installation. As matters stand now, it's a major pain, esp. if all you really want is konqueror.