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"initializeUI" and "uiClose" not defined

Thread began 2/26/2011 7:28 pm by chasmichaelp422603 | Last modified 8/19/2013 11:20 am by Jason Byrnes | 1954 views | 3 replies |


"initializeUI" and "uiClose" not defined

I have installed CssFormbuilder2 and everytime I try to use it I get nothing but the following message.

While executing onLoad in WAFB_AddForm.htm, the following
JavaScript error﴾s﴿ occurred:

In file "WAFB_AddForm":
initializeUI is not defined

When I close the message window I get this message:

O While executing onUnload in WAFB_AddForm.htm, the following
JavaScript error﴾s﴿ occurred:

In file "WAFB_AddForm":
uiClose is not defined

So I have tried to remove CSSForm2 and Form Tool1 to start all over again and after hours of running the Adobe extension installer is still spinning its little dial saying that it is uninstalling form tool 1.0. How many days should this take?

PS I have not installed the HTML editor at all.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This sounds like a dreamweaver cache issue.

1) Close Dreamweaver
2) go to %appdata%/adobe/dreamweaver version/en_us/Configuration
3) delete the file named winfilecache_[random number].dat

Then open dreamweaver and try to use the extension. This is almost always the solution when you see the error:
"initializeUI is not defined"

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Same problem but on a Mac


I have the exact same problem, but on a Mac... Mac OSX Mountain Lion, running Dreamweaver CC.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Delete the Dreamweaver Cache file from the users configuration folder:

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