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Ongoing Yosemite Issue

Thread began 11/13/2014 10:49 am by B Tonkin | Last modified 2/02/2015 12:26 pm by B Tonkin | 1619 views | 11 replies

B Tonkin

Ongoing Yosemite Issue

As users may or may not be aware there is an issue with running WebAssist Extensions in Dreamweaver CS6 (or earlier) on a Mac under OS X 10.10 (Yosemite). The issue is that Dreamweaver crashes whenever they get used, rendering them useless. Not sure what sort of statistics you have access to there, but surely there's enough CS6 (or earlier) users running Yosemite to warrant an answer with a bit more depth as to what the issue is and how much longer it'll take to be fixed.

You guys were made aware of this issue on the 7th of October, prior to Yosemite's launch. I sort of understand why you can't work on it until it's official launch date of the 17th of October, but it wasn't hard to get hold of it pre-launch. Either way, it was launched on the 17th and now it's the 14th of November. Unless we see any updates by the weekend a month will have passed by since Yosemite's launch.

Responses to the big question of when the issue will be resolved haven't been very specific. "We're working on it. Can't say how long it'll take." is the usual reply. Are you able to expand on this for us? For me? Perhaps Yosemite and CS6 users are few and far between? Is this an Adobe problem and we're waiting on them to do something?

I just need something with a bit more meat.

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