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Which one to install first?

Thread began 7/18/2011 10:21 am by Zulian | Last modified 10/22/2011 11:33 am by Miguel | 1176 views | 5 replies |


Which one to install first?

I have installed my extensions as instructed and it is below;

1 - first I installed form builder beta for html editor compatibility

2 - second I installed html editor

3 - then I installed Universal Email

but when I open dreamweaver, the error message in attachment is scary....

What shall I do now? Is Universal email is not required if I have form builder?

Thank you

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

all of the functionality of universal email is included in CSS Form Builder 2. you do not need to install UE with CSS Form Builder.

Uninstall all 3, then install the form builder beta for html editor compatibility followed by HTML Editor 3.

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What should I do when I got the replace message?

Thank you, I have few questions, while we install extensions, we get lot new or old file existing message and asking to ignore or yes type of message. I am afraid to replace a new one while installing an old extension, so what shall I do for it, I have to click "NO" or "Yes to all" several times, cos we don't know the order to install extensions while we do.

I also thought why Web Assist is producing similar function in different extensions? if form builder is better than Universal Email, why not cancel UE extension, so we will have less confusion. Why not include HTML Editor function to form builder and discontinue HTML Editor?

I think digital file pro function is very useful to integrate with WA Data Assist, so we can work on file upload module within insert/update method.

So you can reduce confusion and and work load on developing multiple extensions, and as you will know there are other benefits to Web Assist. I am not trying to be your advisor or to be too smart, but this is just a thought.

Thank you for your support.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

We are in the process of consolidating the extensions to offer a more complete package.

we began the consolidation with Universal Email by integrating Digital File pro, we continued that with From Builder by integrating Universal Email and Digital File pro.

we still offer universal email as a stand alone for those that do not want to have the functionality of form builder

when form builder was first released, it was released with HTML Editor 2, since then, HTML Editor has been updated to version 3.

for those that wish to upgrade the HTML version in Form builder, we offer an upgrade to HTML Editor 3.

We are planing to integration effort with Data Assist 3 by integrating Form Validations, Digital File Pro, Universal Email, and others into the data assist product.

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This is going to be a great production line!!!

Thank you very much for the useful information, we are really looking forward for a complete extension similar to ADDT. I hope your Data Assist will be a similar product.

Thank you.

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Cant see the day when Data Assist 3 comes out fully integrated with css form builder i hope or at least the option to let us pick if we want it with that

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