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Dreamweaver nightmare - JavaScript errors

Thread began 2/03/2014 2:32 pm by FrankJay | Last modified 2/04/2014 11:45 am by FrankJay | 496 views | 10 replies

FrankJay

Dreamweaver nightmare - JavaScript errors

On Saturday I updated Data Bridge And Design Extender to the latest versions.

Today I uninstalled the WebAssist extensions in order to install the latest Data Bridge 118.

I had to urgently change a few pages. On opening the pages I had a host of JavaScript errors. After the update I proceeded to install the extensions in the sequence:

eCart 507
Design Extender 117
DataBridge 118

eCart and Design Extender installed using extension manager. Tried to install DataBridge with error "the extension package is invalid".

Opening Dreamweaver displays JavaScript errors and then crashes. Cleared the cache file numerous times. Nothing doing, Dreamweaver will not open at all.

Screenshots attached.

Any advice would be highly appreciative.

Mac Pro 3,3 Ghz, 12Gb ram, OS X 10.8.5, Dreamweaver CS6

Attached Files
DW CS6 Errors.zip

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