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Javascript error after installing into DW CS5

Thread began 6/16/2010 5:16 pm by hhelenhh375424 | Last modified 6/16/2010 8:56 pm by Jimmy Wu | 2179 views | 3 replies |

hhelenhh375424

Javascript error after installing into DW CS5

After installing all of the updated and CS5 compatible WA extensions, I get this error:

**The following translators were not loaded due to errors:
The following JavaScript error(s) occurred:
Unable to open script file
"HomeBaseDesktop:Applications:Adobe Dreamweaver CS5:Configuration:Shared:WebAssist:Library:WA_Configuration.js" (error 2).**

I have deleted the chache file per the installation issues doc and have also uninstalled the extensions (although that takes FOREVER!) and I still get the error message when I reinstall.

How can I fix this issue to be able to use my extensions? I have checked over the support area and cannot find an answer.

Thanks for your help. Mac OS 10.6, Dreamweaver CS5

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Jimmy Wu

Which version of CSS Sculptor are you installing? Are you installing version 3.0.1? If not, then the version is not compatible with CS5 and you should try going to your downloads and getting 3.0.1 to install.

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hhelenhh375424

Installed 3.01

Hello, I did download and install CSS Sculptor 3.01. I followed your compatibility guide to download and install my extensions. At first they worked and then after the last one (Latest version of Universal email) I started with the JavaScript errors. (I did delete digital pro before installing Universal email, though I HAD installed it just before I checked the compatibility guide)

I just deleted all of my extensions and now DW is really messed up. I may need to reinstall DW...I don't really want to do that if at all possible. Its a mess!

Any ideas ?
Helen

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Jimmy Wu

With Dreamweaver closed, if you go to the Configuration directory that you found the MacFileCache in and rename the directory to something like Configuration_back or delete the Configuration directory and then start up extension manager, this will have the effect of disabling all your extensions. Make sure you remove all the extensions and then install them again one by one and check to make sure the extension is working before going to the next install.

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