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Message error : the following translators

Thread began 2/19/2012 5:02 pm by CreateCool | Last modified 3/06/2012 10:52 am by Jason Byrnes | 1245 views | 7 replies |

CreateCool

Message error : the following translators

Hello ,
I ' m on XP 3 / DRW CS 5.5
I just upgrade data assiste from 2.0.8 to 2.1 and install Design Extender 1 and now when I Open dreamwever I have this message error / the following translators were not loaded due to error :

Pls can you help me to know how can I resolve it ? ( I have already deleted the .dat)
Thanks by advance

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CreateCool

Following previous message

First part resolve by adding the file : in the Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\Documen tEncoding.js
DocumentEncoding.js and made this correction :

in the Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\Documen tEncoding.js file, change line 351:
Code:

if (theServerLanguage == "vbscript") {



to:
Code:

var theServerLanguage = "PHP";
if (theServerLanguage == "vbscript") {



Stay the 2nd message error

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The second error can be resolved by going to the following dreamweaver menu option:

Window->Workspace Layout->Reset 'your layout'

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CreateCool

Well done, it's work
Thanks Ray

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Roland Rogers

where is the file?

Where do I get the file to put there to be able to alter the code?

Neither the folder nor file exists on my system: WebAssist\DocumentEncoding.js
[ Vista, CS4 ]

Any help appreciated.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it in the users configuration folder.

see the common installation issues PDF for help locating the configuration folder:
common_installation_issues.pdf

from there, go to:
Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\DocumentEncoding.js

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Roland Rogers

Thanks Jason, but what I meant was that I do not have a "WebAssist" folder in the "Shared" folder in which should be the "DocumentEncoding.js" file.

I have no trouble deleting the WinFileCache file and have done that a few times to remedy this issue. A previous poster wrote some code to put into the DocumentEncoding.js file but I do not seem to have it on my system.

I have been using WA extensions for years. I did just install the Design Extender after removing the other extensions that it replaces, if that helps with my diagnosis.

Is it a case of just getting that .js file and putting it where it needs to go? If so where can I get a copy of that file?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

all the WebAssist extensions get installed to the shared/webassist folder, that folder would only not exist if no webassist extension are installed.


I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:
supporthistory.php

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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