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Dreamweaver shuts down

Thread began 1/17/2011 2:30 am by peter206417 | Last modified 1/24/2011 2:34 pm by peter206417 | 16217 views | 8 replies


Dreamweaver shuts down

Hi there
We are running CS5 on Mac and CS4 on PC, and WA Cookies 2.1

When trying to add a Cookie Dreamweaver shuts down on the PC. The other extensions work fine. I have reinstalled and renamed the Configuration Folder. I haven't used the Cookies extension before and therefore have not inserted the serial no. I don't know if this is the problem, however it doesn't give me the option.

On the mac I get the following error:
While executing onLoad in WA Cookie 1Object.htm, the following JavaScript error occured:
At line 40 of file "Macintosh
Support:Adobe:Dreamweaver CS5:Configuration:shared:webassist:Cookies:
WACookies_Carbon.checkSerial is not a function

The help documents on the PC and Mac don't function.


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