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Error in Dreamweaver

Thread began 3/04/2010 3:55 pm by info76768 | Last modified 3/05/2010 2:21 pm by Jimmy Wu | 891 views | 5 replies |

info76768

Error in Dreamweaver

Hi,

I get this error in dreamweaver.

While executing onResize in WA_SiteTools_Progress.htm,the following JavaScript error(s) onccurred:
In File"WA_SiteTools_Progress": refreshUI is not defined

And after clicking on OK the next error appears.

Error generating menu(WA.generate.menu)
TypeError:MM.WA_createProcessingObject is not a function.

Can you help me

Gr Martin

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Jimmy Wu

Try following the steps outlined in this common installation issues guide:
common_installation_issues.pdf

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psconsulting346635

Same problem

I get the same error messages as the writer of the original message.

I removed the extension from extension Manager, downloaded the extension again and re-installed, after removing the MacDat cache file first as you suggested.

Using Dreamweaver CS4 on a Mac with OS 10.5

I even tried creating a new page rather than modify a menu on one of my existing pages, just in case there was problem with the page itself. This is where the problem started for me. I have used this extension before with no problem and had two pages on my website working. I have not tried to modify another menu created with Menuwriter on another page just in case I run into the same problem.

Peter

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Jimmy Wu

Are you getting both error messages as well or just one or the other?

Have you made any updates to your Mac or any of the extensions since the last time the extension was working?

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psconsulting346635

Might be fixed

I went back and deleted the cache file again and re-installed again, and this time it worked. know Idea why it did not work the first time I tried it, other than I shut my computer down and re-booted after clearing the cache and re-installing the extension.

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Jimmy Wu

Shutting down Dreamweaver and extension manager before deleting the .dat file should be sufficient, but some users have had to restart the computer as well. This may be because shutting down ensures that no processes are running from Dreamweaver. If you run into any additional issues, feel free to open a new thread.

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