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Problem with WebAssist - after removing extensions from Dreamweaver CS4. HELP??

Thread began 4/23/2010 6:50 pm by garymgordon | Last modified 4/23/2010 7:38 pm by garymgordon | 1074 views | 2 replies |

garymgordon

Problem with WebAssist - after removing extensions from Dreamweaver CS4. HELP??

Hi.

I am having problems with my Dreamweaver CS4 after I deleted the entire SuperSuite from my computer.

I logged into the Extension manager and removed them normally using this app. After I removed each of the individual extensions, and rebooted my computer several times, etc., I still get popups when I open my Dreamweaver CS4.

Please see the attached screen shots of the error messages.

I didn't like any of the extensions so I deleted them all. I also posted this in another area several days ago, but WebAssist must have removed that section and my post along with it. So, I am posting it again.

I really with their support was better.

Hopefully someone can help by telling me what I need to do in order to fully remove the WebAssist extensions from my Dreamweaver CS4.

Thanks,
Gary

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

go to Window -> Workspace layout -> Reset '<layout name>'


the delete the Dreamweaver cache file from the users configuration folder:
common_installation_issues.pdf

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garymgordon

Thanks

Thanks. I deleted the file, but that didn't work.

So, I then reset the workspace and then it worked.

Thank you!!

Gary

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