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Site Sculptor does not appear in CS5

Thread began 6/29/2010 10:06 am by this_is_me | Last modified 6/29/2010 1:11 pm by this_is_me | 577 views | 3 replies |

this_is_me

Site Sculptor does not appear in CS5

I read in the gsg:
"1. From the WebAssist option of the Dreamweaver menu choose Build Site > New Site Sculptor Site.
From the Site Sculptor interface, choose the Site Type that most closely matches the type of site you plan on creating.
..."
But I can't find it. Deleted win.dat cache file. This is DW CS5 / Win7 / 64

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Justin Nemeth

Are you sure it installed correctly? There should be a top level WebAssist menu in the main bar as well as icons in the WebAssist insert panel. Neither of those are showing up which makes me think it didn't install correctly. Can you double check in the extension manager and maybe screen shot that too?

-justin

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neilo

Also try installing extension directly from within DW CS5;

DW Menu > commands > Manage Extensions > select the extension on your hard drive.

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this_is_me

bingo!

I installed it from within DW as you suggested.
Now I have a menu like you showed in your screenshot which was definitely not here before!

Thanks a lot for your hints!

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