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Javascript error at ThemeIt launch

Thread began 2/22/2010 9:48 pm by swrmick260574 | Last modified 3/09/2010 11:04 pm by swrmick260574 | 3428 views | 25 replies

nicola.goodenough317043

Javascript error at ThemeIt Launch

I am having similar problems getting ThemeIt to run.
I have installed and activated it.
I have one template from PowerStore3 open. I use the Modify menu to open ThemeIt (Modify > ThemeIt). The themeIt interface opens, looking complete.

At this moment a javascript alert appears with the text;
"While executing onLoad in wa_managetheme.htm a JavaScript error occurred."
When the "OK" button is clicked, an identical JavaScript alert appears.
When "OK" is clicked the second alert disappears and the themeIt interface remains.

If the right panel tab "Manage Images" is clicked a new JavaScript alert appears, with the text;
"While executing onBlur in wa_managetheme.htm a JavaScript error occurred."
When the "OK" button is clicked, an identical JavaScript alert appears.
When "OK" is clicked the second alert disappears and "While executing onMouseUp in wa_managetheme.htm a JavaScript error occurred."
When the "OK" button is click, the third alert disappears and the themeIt interface remains.

I go back to "Manage Colours" and the "onMouseUp" msg reappears, again twice.

I then closed ThemeIt, it closed cleanly.

So not the same as the rest, but similar.

I have DW CS3 installed on an XP system. I have PowerStore3 and PowerGallery installed. I have several other WA extensions, including Eric Meyers CSS Sculptor and DW tools for Kuler.

I would really like some help on this.

Regards, Nick

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