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Dreamweaver CS6 and form builder

Thread began 5/17/2012 7:47 pm by Dave W | Last modified 7/03/2012 4:12 pm by Dave W | 5514 views | 19 replies

Dave W

Dreamweaver CS6 and form builder

I have just purchased Dreamweaver CS6 and installed all of the extensions I have purchased from you. Most of them seem to still work OK in the new Dreamweaver, except that on starting Dreamweaver CS6 I am getting the following js error:
'At line 390 of file
"C:\Users\Dave\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\DreamweaverCS6\en_US\Configeration\shared\WebAssist\FormBuilder\Libraray\WA_Configeration.js"
toCheck has no properties'

I have uninstalled Form Tool Kit, CSS Form Builder, HTMLEditor3 and Security Assist 2 and reinstalled them as per the instuctions on your site, deleted the cache file and restarted Dreamweaver but am still getting the same js error.
Is this something you need to look into with the introduction of CS6? and if so is there a work around?
The form builder, html editor and security assist still seem to work OK (though I haven't fully used them, just opened them), but the js error is a bit of a worry.
Can you help?

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