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Don't make the rectangle transparent (the opacity controls everything including any effects applied), just check "Knock Out" in the inner shadow settings.
The solution which I found works well is to write a script for Photoshop that saves a png version on save. When saving as a PSD, have a PNG also saved automatically
No. Layered PNGs are proprietary to Fireworks. You could always save the layered PNGs as PSDs for Photoshop though.
There are third-party renaming applications that will do a better job; Fireworks won't help here probably. Maybe you can try http://sourceforge.net/projects/freefilerenamer/ ? :-) [EDIT] I have just tested Free File Renamer (see link above). It worked fine! :) open the app; click on "select folder" and browse to the folder with the *.fw.png files; select ...
You can also try http://johndunning.com/fireworks/about/SmartPunch very very useful, even allows vectors to punch through bitmaps.
Do you mean values such as border radius and stroke? Or values such as brush size? Or both? There are countless amounts of useful extensions that may be able to help, such as these http://fireworks.abeall.com/extensions/
There's (luckily) not one answer for your question. The simplest solution is to take the RGB-value difference from 255. In your case red (255-207=48), green (255-58=197), blue (255-27=228). In HEX: #30C5E4. I prepared different solutions for you here. For the first one I only changed the hue value (+180°). The second one is the solution from my first ...
If #cf3a1b is in sRGB, mColorDesigner gives you following result:
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