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CSS MW does not work in Mac-Snow Leopard

Thread began 9/23/2009 12:57 pm by design364947 | Last modified 11/30/2009 4:17 pm by design364947 | 6836 views | 13 replies


Snow Leopard and Extension Manager

I've been going round and round with Adobe's support about the fact that I get an incompatible file message when I try to install any WebAssist product except Sculpture 3 and Site Assist.

They finally came clean and said that Extension Manager and Dreamweaver are not fully compatible with Snow Leopard (something I knew) and they have no solution.

I have asked them when DW CS4 will be updated to support Mac OS 10.6 and have not received an answer (didn't expect one). Now I am stuck because I really want to use MenuWriter and other WebAssist products to speed prototyping and DW + EM 2.1 won't install the extensions.

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