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Thread began 4/26/2010 3:52 pm by lthomas64378058 | Last modified 6/10/2011 9:35 pm by lthomas64378058 | 1522 views | 9 replies


Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  I checked the ticket and there was no resolution to this issue. The last suggestion was to try to rename the configuration folder to have it be recreated and undo any corruption that may have occurred.

To do this follow the steps here and make sure to remove the extensions and install them again afterwards:


I tried all that (above) to no avail, (running as a user account under OSX 10.6.7, CS3, CSSMenuWriter205) so I experimented by logging in as Admin and creating a fresh Dreamweaver web site and installing the MenuWriter extension I then got what was expected - namely in the 'Preview' window I could see a representation of the menu. So, thinking I had solved the problem went back to my user account, but I still get the dreaded "click here to preview in a browser" message in the center of the 'Preview' field, and nothing else.

Does Dreamweaver need to be run as Admin for the Preview to work correctly?


John :-#)#

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