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CSS Sculptor and other Design Suite Extensions in CS5

Thread began 5/06/2010 10:28 am by caryenochr380957 | Last modified 5/06/2010 3:33 pm by Jason Byrnes | 928 views | 4 replies |

caryenochr380957

CSS Sculptor and other Design Suite Extensions in CS5

I just upgraded to DW CS5. The upgrade from CS4 was trouble free but there is a problem. Extension Manager displayed a message indicating that it was migrating all my extensions including the ones from WebAssist.

I hope this is not the dumbest question ever asked in the forum. Where are the extensions? They don't show up anywhere on any menu or tabbed panel. The only thing I see is WebAssist Memento. How do I invoke my WA extensions in CS5?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Look under the file menu for the CSS Sculptor access point File -> New CSS Sculptor Page.

The others are Under the Insert menu.

It is best practice not to let the extension manager migrate the extensions but to install them manually.


NOTE:
None of the WebAssist extensions have been updated to be compatible with CS5, we are in the process of evaluating each one and release updates as they become available.

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caryenochr380957

If I saw the extensions on either the File or Insert menu then I wouldn't have asked this question. They are not present. All I see on the Insert menu is a fly-out for WebAssist that says "get more extensions."

After migrating the extensions, I restarted CS5 and saw they were not present so I reinstalled each of them one by one. No change. They are either inaccessible or invisible.

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caryenochr380957

I reinstalled CS5 and now I see the extensions. I don't know what the error was but it had to be something on my part. I noticed that the CS5 upgrade--which I purchased online directly from Adobe--did not overwrite and replace CS4. Previous generation upgrades always replaced the earlier ones. There must have been a conflict somewhere. Thanks for your help.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Glad to hear it is working.


Each version of Dreamweaver will be installed on it's on, allowing you to have multiple version of Dreamweaver installed at the same time.

I currently have Dreamweaver 8, CS3 and CS4 installed on one of my PC's.

I have never had an install of Dreamweaver over write a previous version.

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