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DW executing onLoad Javascript error - DW runs fine

Thread began 3/09/2012 2:18 pm by kim.dewindt425982 | Last modified 8/23/2012 10:23 am by kim.dewindt425982 | 2588 views | 6 replies


DW executing onLoad Javascript error - DW runs fine


I recently upgraded to Design Extender, first uninstalling the older extensions, then installing Design Extender. Now, everytime I launch DW CS5, I get the following JavaScript error message. "At line 28 of file ..." (see attached screen shot for full file name). The error says that "wa.powercms.initFullCache is not a function".

DreamWeaver (CS5) so far works just fine, although I haven't been doing anything with power CMS lately. It's just a bother to have to click ok in the error msg dialogue box every time I open DW.

I deleted my Windows Data Cache file, per the instructions in the "common installation issues" document, but that didn't change anything. I have so many extensions installed, I am loathe to uninstall and reinstall all of them.

Any suggestions about what might be causing this error message and how I can fix/get rid of it?


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