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Does css form builder 2 support win 7 64 bit ?

Thread began 11/02/2010 11:31 am by C-A-M-B-O | Last modified 11/02/2010 11:54 am by Jason Byrnes | 615 views | 1 replies |


Does css form builder 2 support win 7 64 bit ?

Following on from my thread yesterday where i was getting lots of problems with file paths does the form builder actually support win 7 64 bit and is that causing all the problems as it seems widely documented that dreamweaver cs4 and win 7 64 have many issues include browse to file etc as well as problems with links.

Having spent several days trying to resolve issues with just gettting css form builder to work when i could have created a form in 5 minutes and used my usual php script to have the whole thing working im beginning to think its a waste of time and effort.

i only purchased the upgrade to form builder 2 because i had bought the super suite and never managed to get any of the components to work before and thought for the upgrade price at least if the form builder worked it wouldnt have been a total loss.

So in a nutshull my question is -
Is form builder 2 compatible with 64bit windows 7 ?
Has anyone else had similar problems ?

Everytime i go into form builder it changes all the file paths and i have to manually edit lots of them again to get it to work.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you have another thread on this same subject here:

see my reply there.

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