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CS5 Compatibility Status

Thread began 5/14/2010 8:40 am by Peterson Design Studio - jefferis | Last modified 6/11/2010 9:47 am by CraigR | 1752 views | 5 replies |

Peterson Design Studio - jefferis

CS5 Compatibility Status

Hi folks,
I am upgrading to CS5 today and I desperately NEED the following 2 items:

1.What extensions are currently compatible/incompatible with CS5, so I don't waste my time installing unusable ones.

2. A release date for each active extension so that I can install the Earliest First to the Latest Last, so that when Extension Manager asks if I want to replace older/new items I can say YES TO ALL. SAVE ME A BUNDLE OF TIME.
Most of that errant clicking is for replacing identical versions of jpgs anyway.

PLEASE HELP ME, O'BWan, you are my only hope!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

At this time, there are no extensions that have been updated to be compatible with Dreamweaver CS5. We are currently going through each one and will be releasing updates as well go. Email announcement will be sent as each one is released.

The files that are common between the extensions are supporting files that do not change, you should click the Yes to all when prompted to overwrite an existing file.

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CS5 Extensions

What is the status of the CS5 Extensions ? I loaded CS5, upgraded most of my WebAssist extensions since they are on sale, then installed all of my extensions on my downloads page.

Now I get the following error upon opening DreamWeaver and after opening ANY extension from WebAssist:

The following translators were not loaded do to errors:
The following JavaScript error(s) occurred:
"Unable to open the script file: C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS5\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\DocumentEncoding.js" (error 3).

Looking for answers as hitting the aknowledge button 20 some odd times, during each sequence is not a time saver.


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As far as I am aware, the only extensions that have been cleared and released for CS5, are CSS Sculptor 3 and CSS Menu Writer 2.0.4.

WebAssist notifies customers by email when the CS5-ready extensions are released.

It would be worth unistalling the non-ready extensions and deleting the cache-file just so that you get a fresh start with CS5.

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Michael Lekse

We are working on a CS5 compatibility page now and should have it up by the end of the week. All future emails sent out regarding CS5 compatibility should have a link set up to direct you to this upcoming page as well.


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CraigRBeta Tester

CS5 status

Hi all.

I just installed CS5, migrated all my installed extensions.

I would like to say whether or not they work, but i can't find any of them in the menus, though extension manager says all is ok.

What do I need to do ?


**Scratch that.

I found link to CS5 Alert, have updated a few extensions, and they seem to work OK.


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