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Where is MacFileCache.dat in CS5?

Thread began 2/10/2012 1:10 pm by rmlee139451 | Last modified 2/13/2012 10:57 am by Jason Byrnes | 1618 views | 4 replies |

rmlee139451

Where is MacFileCache.dat in CS5?

Following instructions in the Common Installation Issues after removing the older version of extensions in Design Extender, I can not locate MacFileCache.dat in DW5. The instructions cover DW3 and 4. Any thoughts?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the configuration folder path for CS5 is almost identical to the path for CS4, except you substitute "Dreamweaver CS5" where the path says "Dreamweaver CS4"

instead of:
Adobe/Dreamweaver CS4/en_US/Configuration/

use this for CS5
Adobe/Dreamweaver CS5/en_US/Configuration/

or for CS5.5:
Adobe/Dreamweaver CS5.5/en_US/Configuration/

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Roxana

One problem is, that in Mac OS Lion the user library is a hidden file.

It is accessible when clicking on the go menu while holding down the option key.

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rmlee139451

MacFileCache.dat in CS5

Thanks. I did realize to substitute cs5 for cs4,and I did look at the hidden files in Library, but I still have no MacFileCache.dat in the Adobe folder. Any other thoughts? Thanks gain.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it is possible that the cache file has not been created yet. if it does not exist in that folder, Dreamweaver hasn't created it yet.

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