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Problem with my own Formbuilder Designs in Css Form Builder 2

Thread began 11/02/2010 7:17 am by Rune Brynestad | Last modified 4/21/2011 2:40 am by Rune Brynestad | 1201 views | 4 replies

Rune Brynestad

Same problem again with the CSS Form Builder 2.0.1 (HTML Editor Compatibility Release

This was solved by Dani Chankhour in Technical Support Ticket # 121144 by replacing the current shared.js file which is located under the Dreamweaver Configuration/Shared/WebAssist/FormBuilder folder with the file attached in the support ticket.

No I have the same problem again because I have upgaded to HTML Editor 3, and need to use the CSS Form Builder 2.0.1 HTML Editor Compatibility Release. The shared.js that ships with the latest version don't include a fix for my problem. I have tryed to repleced the current shared.js with the file attached in the support ticket, but it does not work. I get an error message that tells me that there is a compatibility isue with HTML Editor 3.

Please look at it. I believe you already have the files you need to reproduce the error in this thread and in Technical Support Ticket # 121144.

Thanks.

Regards
Rune

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