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Dreamweaver crash

Thread began 4/01/2015 6:18 pm by Jonas | Last modified 4/27/2015 5:01 pm by Jonas | 1300 views | 5 replies


Dreamweaver crash

The problem with Dreamweaver crash after installing is now solved.
Solution: I need to install the WebAssist extensions one by one in Adobe Extension Manager. (First install one of them, then start Dreamweaver, then let WebAssist Installer download and install more files, then quit Dreamweaver. Then go back to AEM and do the same with next extension…). You should need a tutorial for this :).

Whoever the problem with WebAssist extension crash then the start to process - still remains.
For exampel: I choose a design type in CSS Sculptor and then press Edit-button - It crash. Same thing with WebAssist other extensions.

My Dreamweaver crash then I use Webassist extensions.

I recently installed Mac OS X Yosemite on my mac. Then I reinstalled Dreamweaver and all extensions in Extension Manager. After that I started Dreamweaver. Then, the program installs files from WebAssist. When this was done, I pressed 'Done' and the program will restarts it says. But after I pressed that button, the program crashes. I try to start Dreamweaver again, but it crashes as soon I start any WebAssist extension. I've tried to re-install Dreamweaver and the extension - but nothing helps.

Dreamweaver work fine without any extensions at all. It also works fine with other extension. For example I use extensions from DMXZone, who have their own Extension Manager - which should not conflict according to them.

My version of Dreamweaver is 12.0.3. And I have the latest WebAssist extensions of DataBridge, FreeTools, Design Extender and MySQLi Server Behaviors.

This is solved (see solution): When I uninstall WebAssists extension from Adobe Extension Manager, the WebAssist uninstaller starts automatically and that works as i should I guess. But then I open Dreamweaver something goes wrong. The following message comes up: "The following JavaScript error occurred: The script file" ... Configuration: WA_Installer: Library: WA_Configuration.js could not be opened (error .2) ". It seems that AEM has not uninstalled everything. But the AEM is empty.

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