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Getting lots of errors with CSS Form Builder (V2.0.0) in DW CS5

Thread began 12/11/2010 2:26 pm by wschaepe397797 | Last modified 12/12/2010 12:13 pm by anonymous | 1082 views | 3 replies |

wschaepe397797

Getting lots of errors with CSS Form Builder (V2.0.0) in DW CS5

When I try to save a form I get a number of error messages. I read the post that gave a solution for Kurt 76739 but that was CS4 (I think) and the solution;

Please replace your current shared.js file which is located in the

Configuration/Shared/WebAssist/FormBuilder
shared.js.zip (67.6 KB)

Does not work for CS5. There is no WebAssist folder that I can see in the Config/Shared folder. I searched my C drive for shared.js and I found one but it is a totally different file in a folder called Dinamico.

What do I do to fix this?

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anonymous

I would try to reinstall Form Builder then. You absolutely need the folder and path there mentioned for the extension to work at all.

I, too, experienced the same problems you mentioned when I installed Form Toolkit alongside my other extensions.

I can confirm that the fix Dani provided by replacing the shared.js clears that up. So, I would try the reinstall first and then if you have Form Toolkit installed, make the switch for the other file.

Best regards,

Brian

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wschaepe397797

Where is the Cache file that Dani says must be deleted first?

Where is the Cache file that Dani says must be deleted first?

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anonymous

Check out this link here for details on the cache file:

http://assets.webassist.com/technote...ion_issues.pdf

Best regards,

Brian

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