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Javascript error

Thread began 3/17/2012 1:14 pm by mary434884 | Last modified 3/19/2012 12:43 pm by mary434884 | 705 views | 4 replies

mary434884

Javascript error

I have had problems with the extension since I first installed it in CS5.5. I wanted to use it in templates, but it would only work correctly if I manually chose which URL it was supposed to point to.

I decided to try and fix my preferences to see if that would allow me to use it on templates. I am receiving the attached error message when trying to change webasist preferences.

I have deleted the dat file - error still appears. I then removed the extension and deleted the dat file. When I re-installed the extension, the error still appeared.

Please help! I really need this to work in my templates. That is the only reason I purchased it.

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