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whereabouts of access points in DW?

Thread began 12/31/2010 5:49 pm by rasputin307444 | Last modified 1/04/2011 1:16 pm by Neil Beadle | 1444 views | 2 replies |


whereabouts of access points in DW?

Yesterday I stumbled onto repeatable steps wherein I could find all the access paths (e.g., Insert Menu, Insert Toolbar) for each extension. I have lost that memory in the chaos of last-minute 2010 project completions, failing to write it down as well.

Can anyone point me in that direction. I specifically need it for Dynamic Connections so I can verify that I installed it, can access all of its features, etc.?

Thanks much and Happy New Year!

best wishes
chris (rasputin307444)

Aha! I found the "Access:" list that I was seeking. Though I'd like to see it in the WA documentation, it was in Adobe Dreamweaver's Extension Manager, which lists the Access points when you highlight an Extension that you have installed. It's quite handy! Maybe when I'm done installing, I'll post the full list that I've been creating as a Quick reference chart. Since each release of DW may put it in different places (not sure if WA is allowed to define where it installs itself in terms of menus and such), it's worth listiing for others but with versions noted for the Extension and for DW. Happy New Year all!

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Couldn't you verify the installation by just trying to initiate the extension?

For example, for Dynamic Connection, you would know right away if it were installed by just trying to define a dynamic connection as outlined in the documentation: dynamic-connections_gsg.php

Happy New Year and Cheers,


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Neil Beadle

  Aha! I found the "Access:" list that I was seeking. Though I'd like to see it in the WA documentation...  

Access points for all WebAssist products can be found in two locations in our documentation. The Getting Started Guide, and the Built-in Help Documentation.

Both can be accessed from the product's Support page at support.

The built-in help can also be accessed by clicking the Help button from any of the extensions user interfaces, or from going to one of these two locations in Dreamweaver:

WebAssist > Help > [Product Name] > Help
Help > WebAssist > [Product Name] > Help

If this does not seem to be the case for any of our products, please let us know by submitting the a message at the contact form found at feedback.php?type=docs

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