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Changing to your CSS Sculptor presets with em sized fonts

Thread began 11/17/2010 1:26 pm by scott373141 | Last modified 11/17/2010 4:38 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1224 views | 3 replies |

scott373141

Changing to your CSS Sculptor presets with em sized fonts

Hello. There is a zip file with new presets for CSS Sculptor in the "CSS Sculptor source files" section of my download page. This set of new presets uses em-sizing instead of pixel sizing for fonts. I have followed the instructions for importing these so they will show up as choices in the extension's interface but they are not appearing. I also tried moving all of the files to:

User\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS5\en_US\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\CSSSculptor\designtypes

This is the directory where the original presets are stored. No luck there either. Please advise.

Thanks

(ignore that space in "CSSSculpt or" the file path. It is not present in the text I have entered.)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I just tested this to be sure and the new layouts imported successfully. I did get an alert saying that the script had been running for a long time, and asked if I wanted to continue, i clicked yes and the script completed without issue.


make sure you are selecting to import the zip file, and not extracting it first.

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scott373141

It looks like the instructions on the site are incorrect

Hello. Thanks for the quick reply. Here are the directions from the download page for adding these presets to CSSSculptor:

To use these files, download and save locally. Extract the XML files for each layout type to a local folder. Then, open the CSS Sculptor Layout Manager (Insert > WebAssist > CSS Sculptor > Layout Manager) and select Import. Locate the XML file on your local system specific to the layout you wish to work with and click OK. The layout will be imported; if any layouts with the same name exists, the new layout will have the word 'Copy' appended.

You had me import the zip file into CSSSculptor and, as you mentioned, I got a dialog asking if I wanted to keep running the script but eventually it worked. Great! Also, the directions must be for DW CS4 as with CS5 the way to do this is through Insert>WebAssist>Preset Manager.

Thanks again

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

OK, I have forwardeed this to our documentation team to be corrected. Thanks for letting us know.

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