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Getting error after deleting the WinFileCache*****.dat file.

Thread began 5/26/2021 3:57 pm by Sam Barnhart | Last modified 6/08/2021 8:17 pm by Sam Barnhart | 23 views | 2 replies

Sam Barnhart

Getting error after deleting the WinFileCache*****.dat file.

HI. Im running dreamweaver CS6 on a windows 10. My dreamweaver was running very slow so I deleted the WinFileCache********.dat file. Done this in the past with no issue. All else was running fine. I have the webassist package installed (but not using on the proejct) in my Dreamweaver CS6. Utilizing the ecard 5.0 and dataassist 208. After deleting the WinFileCache*******.dat file which regenerates, I keep receiving the following error regarding webassist everytime I need to save. Keep in mind Im not using the webassist on this particular project. I had also kept the old WinCachfile and placed that back that did not work and I even did a system restore hoping it would resolve the error but it did not.
ERROR SEE ATTACHED

I dont see the attachment so I will type out the error:
The following translators were not loaded due to errors: The following javascript error(s) occurred:
Unable to open script file ?C/Program files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS6\Configuration|\WebAssist\DocumentEncoding.js" (error 3)

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