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I am using Ubuntu/Fedora. Which available mock-up builders i can use before making a website?

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Adobe AIR for Linux is no longer supported. To access older, unsupported versions, please read the AIR archive. Different operating system?

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Have you tried installing Adobe Air through the Ubuntu Software Center instead of downloading it directly from Adobe? It might come with some built-in fixes. – Jacob Hume Nov 16 '11 at 18:24
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I've always used GIMP (an open source alternative to photoshop). I don't have the link off hand but have seen collections of custom brushes to make the process easier.

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I have been using GIMP for dacades, and now i am little bit tired and in need somethinglike Balsamiq or alternatives. Any idea? – YumYumYum Nov 16 '11 at 17:40
After looking at Balsamiq I did a quick search for wireframe brushes GIMP and here's an article that has brushes to download at the end (Note I have not used these brushes). designtopx.com/2010/01/web-page-wireframe-in-seconds-gimp with a brush for every wireframe element it's essentially the same as Balsamiq unless I'm missing something. – Joshak Nov 16 '11 at 19:33

Balsamiq runs on Linux, via Adobe Air.

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Please see above screen shot. – YumYumYum Nov 16 '11 at 16:48

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