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Site Sculptor not Sculping?

Thread began 2/17/2011 3:29 pm by leighketchum413173 | Last modified 2/17/2011 4:57 pm by Jason Byrnes | 807 views | 2 replies |

leighketchum413173

Site Sculptor not Sculping?

Hello, I have created a new site with testing server and FTP. Then created a template and saved "As Template". That template is in a folder called "Templates".
Next step: Creating a new site design. I enter a site name "DemoSite" then choose my template from the dropdown menu.
At this point Site sculptor and Dreamweaver stop and are irrevocably non-responsive. Have to use Task Manager to end it. Repeated and still have this problem.
I hope someone has an answer to this issue.

I'm using Dreamweaver CS5, windows 7 professional, 6gb Ram, 120gb solid state drive.

Thank you, Leigh

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leighketchum413173

Update

Going through the same process described above with task manager open shows that when Site Sculptor/Dreamweaver stop responding, Site Sculptor has initiated several instances os cmd.exe and HTMLtoImage.exe
When I ended these manually, Site Scuptor allows me to move ahead to the next step.
Leigh

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Sounds like you are running into an issue with the preview engine.


Go to Edit -> WebAssist Preferences, select the Preview section and check the box to disable the preview.

This will disable the generation of the preview in the wizard, but oif you click the preview box, it will show the preview in the web browser.

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