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DW CS6 Frequently Crashes on Mac

Thread began 5/12/2020 2:55 pm by randyrie405335 | Last modified 5/19/2020 9:13 am by randyrie405335 | 187 views | 7 replies


Memory Leak with 64bit macOS

I agree, Patrice. I believe the memory leak is a 32bit vs. 64bit issue that Adobe has no interest in resolving. Before I retired four years ago, I grumbled to the regional Adobe rep for Penn State University about this very thing but got NO response even after filing numerous bug reports and email complaints to their tech support - got nothing but crickets. Seemingly, Adobe wishes to 'cripple' their perpetual licensed apps in favor of up-selling users to their monthly renewable CC apps. They probably are not financially interested in up-dating the 32 bit Dreamweaver CS6 so it performs on par with their 64bit CC series. This is why macOS Mojave 10.14.6 will be the last update I can make to my brand new iMac and my 2017 MacBook Pro - - higher macOS versions will not run the 32bit DWCS6 app. This is the primary reason I'm abandoning Dreamweaver in favor of PineGrow to design and build my websites - using DWCS6 only to add server behaviors to sites requiring a database on their backends.


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