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3 Issues found in new build of CMS Builder

Thread began 3/10/2011 5:50 am by Jaffa | Last modified 3/10/2011 9:50 am by Ray Borduin | 787 views | 1 replies |


3 Issues found in new build of CMS Builder

The new build is vastly improved, all previous issues have almost gone.

3 problems I did find.

1) When in Dreamweaver if I try and add a new Content area from the CMS I get blank drop down menus rather than them filled with my content areas. I have a feeling this may a server issue as it doesn't do it while working on a locl test server. Any ideas as i tried 2 different hosts and both times this happended.

2) After inserting an image into the CMS from online and then returning to Dreamweaver to Reload Content the images don't show.

3) I know it's not released yet and you won't support it until it does but the toolbars don't show in Internet Explorer 9. All other browsers seem OK.

Other than those issues it's seems to be very good.


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Please report issues in the support incident opened where you got the download.

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