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Thread began 2/01/2010 1:14 pm by f.menten364942 | Last modified 2/08/2010 6:00 pm by f.menten364942 | 3506 views | 12 replies

Office Guy-172461

Not sure I completely follow you. The only cache I'm talking about is the winfilecache-########.dat file in your Dreamweaver user's configuration folder.

This file is created when DW is started if it is missing. The Extension Manager does not create this file. If you delete the winfilecache-########.dat file it will not appear again until after you start DW.

DW is suppose to update this file automatically but often fails to do so properly. Deleting the file forces DW to create a brand new file and often solves problems with Dreamweaver. This is why you should delete the file after installing a new extension.

  1. Uninstall previous version.
  2. Download latest version.
  3. Check for known issues.
  4. Use Extension Manger to install new extension.
  5. Answer "yes to all" if it asks about overwriting existing files.
  6. Delete winfilecache-########.dat file
  7. Start DW.
  8. Activate.
  9. Repeat for next extension.

Make sure that you follow the guide to find the correct location of the winfilecache-########.dat file.

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