I am a Linux (Mint 18.1) user and I decided to try out Pinegrow. I am mostly doing development on NWJS apps at the moment.
I was fuzzy about how to install Pinegrow, but being familiar with this sort of program I knew that they were fairly simple to make work. So I just downloaded PinegrowLinux64.2.951.zip and unzipped it into a temporary folder. I found the files that I expected, and just clicked on “Pinegrow Web Designer” and everything seemed to work.
After looking the package over I decided that it seemed to offer me good value so I purchased the Pinegrow PRO + WP Personal version. I moved the installation folder to /user/home/bin/pinegrow. Since everything worked correctly from the command line, I thought I would create a desktop and menu ‘launcher’ (oldskool, I know…). But I don’t see a useful icon/png/svg. No biggie, I can just use anything. But it would be nice.
Then I thought It would be interesting to try out the Pineview + Atom interconnect. I try to follow the instructions in the provided document, but Atom gives me an error. I find the posting “Problem with Pinegrow/Atom integration” from Andy and the fix he found.
My question is does it matter how or where I install this on my system, are there likely any gotchas related to this location and activation of other features, and do you have a small svg or png Icon available.