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Installing Site Assist 3.2.3

Thread began 4/03/2010 6:29 pm by m.korevaar | Last modified 4/05/2010 12:07 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1109 views | 2 replies |


Installing Site Assist 3.2.3

Hello, i am trying to install site assist 3.2.3, but when i want to build a site with it my DW CS4 crashes. I uninstalled SA 3.2.3, and installed SA322, but the same happens again. I looked on the formu, and found an tech bulleting which told me to remove WinCache file, but i could not find that in the right directory. I earlier used SA 3.x.x. and that worked fine.

Please help?

I am using Windows XP V2 all updates installed, DW CS4 registered version

Martin Korevaar

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Hiya Martin,

The location of the WinFileCache in XP for CS4 is at:

C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS4\en_US\Configuration\WinFileCache-3012BA81.dat

The User bit of the path will be your logged in ID.

The alpha-numeric characters between 'WinFileCache-' and '.dat' in the file name will be different every time.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Site Assist 3.x is not compatible with Dreamweaver CS4. to use SiteAssist in Dreamweaver CS4, you will need to purchase an upgrade to SiteAssist Professional:

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