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Site Assist Pro 1.0.7 wasap_wizard error

Thread began 10/02/2009 8:37 am by doodler88 | Last modified 10/02/2009 2:37 pm by doodler88 | 1501 views | 1 replies


Site Assist Pro 1.0.7 wasap_wizard error

Installed the latest extension and I got the error, "While executing onLoad in wasap_wizard.htm, a Javascript error occurred." I'm on Mac PowerPC G5, OS X 10.4.11 with Dreamweaver CS3. Followed Jimmy's advice and deleted both the WASAP_Bundle.bundle file and the Dreamweaver configuration folder in:

--Hard disk: Users: <Your User Name>: Library: Application Support: Adobe: Dreamweaver 9

No luck. Tried a couple of times including re-installing just site assist and still got the same error. DW just stalled after I clicked the message, which appear twice.

Found no other solutions or help in the forum. Are there going to be a fix for this? It appears to only affect Power PC Mac. I'm not going to get an Intel Mac anytime soon since I'm using it at work.

This problem also affect the Security Assist extension.

Appreciate any help you can provide,


John Liu

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