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css sculptor2 java script error

Thread began 4/28/2010 11:37 pm by frisbeewizard326938 | Last modified 5/04/2010 5:26 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1132 views | 7 replies |

frisbeewizard326938

css sculptor2 java script error

I have reviewed executed all of the instructions regarding the deletion of dw "cache" files including _back configuration "fix" for 2 days with no success. I even tried reinstalling dw and the whole process. read all the documentation, seems like a no brainer. I have had this extension working before no problem, but I have been shut down for half year w/ no internet. now starting w/ new clean system, new adobe suite install, and can't get this one to work. it freezes after displaying this message: " while executing onLoad in wacs_wizard.htm, a JavaScript error occurred". no other info. I can't get any documented fixes to work. I running OS X 10.5 and adobe cs3.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Before running the CSS Sculptor wizard, make sure to Define a site in Dreamweaver, then create a new page and save it to your Dreamweaver site.

With this new page open, start the css sculptor wizard.

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frisbeewizard326938

javaScript error(sculptor2)

thanks for looking. I still get an identical response. I didn't mention that there are 2 of the same error messages, one behind the other. also the interface shows a scroll bar on the bottom. I seem to remember having these along time ago when certain images wold not display in the interface itself, but the program still ran. I've used WA extensions for quite a few websites, but I moved way out into the country and it took 8 months to get up again. then one of my drives corrupted, so I am basically starting from scratch but with all clean systems. anyway that is where I am at, everytime I enter the wizard it freezes and I have to force quit to get out of dw. thanks for your time. any more ideas?
richie

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

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jweeks99538

Same Issue

I just installed both the CSS Menu Writer and CSS Sculpture on my new computer, have my sites defined and created a new page. The error message I get is:

While executing time in warmw_wizard.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occurred:

At line 451 of "C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\AdobeDreamweaver\CS4\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\Library\WA_Preview.js":
tdim has no properties

It seems to have something to do with the preview screen, but if I click Done, my selections are added to my page. I just have no idea what is going to be appearing until I am finished. I am running Windows7 Ultimate - 64bit system in case that makes a difference.

I have uninstalled and reinstalled my extensions and deletec the WinFilecache file. Any help would be appreciated

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

what version of menu writer are you using?

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jweeks99538

I have version 1.15 of CSS Sculptor and version 1.04 of Menu Writer. I get the same error message in both extensions

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

neither of those versions are supported in Dreamweaver CS4. They are supported in Dreamweaver CS3 and Dreamweaver 8, but they where not updated for Dreamweaver CS4.

You will need to use CSS Sculptor 3 and Menu Writer 2 in that version of Dreamweaver.

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