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SiteAssist Pro 1.0.6 update breaks Dreamweaver

Thread began 8/19/2009 12:33 pm by ernietamminga142573 | Last modified 8/19/2009 8:18 pm by ernietamminga142573 | 2937 views | 5 replies


Looks like that did it - why did ExtMgr look in wrong place?

Looks like that did the trick!

I'm curious as to why Adobe Extension Manager went looking in the wrong place, originally. It wanted to find the WebAssist stuff in the Configuration directory under c:\Program Files\Adobe\DreamweaverCS4, instead of the Configuration directory in Documents&Settings, etc., which is where they actually reside.

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