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ERROR Message on DW opening

Thread began 4/29/2012 9:04 am by superpac250441 | Last modified 5/10/2012 2:20 pm by biz295654 | 3714 views | 30 replies |

superpac250441

ERROR Message on DW opening

Hi,
Firstly CONGRATULATIONS to Ray and his team for bringing out this combined extension.
I renamed the configuration folder, removed all extensions, shut down Ext manager and installed in the sequence as advised by Jason in a previous thread.

Opened DW 5.5 and got the error message as attached. Perhaps someone could take a look at the problem and let me know how it can be fixed

Many thanks

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I imagine this is inconsequential, but we haven't reproduced it locally yet and are still very interested in getting it resolved. We may have to work directly with someone having this issue in order to track it down. I'm thinking it may be a conflict with the eCart code. I'll see if I can reproduce it Monday morning by installing eCart... we may have to release a compatibility fix for eCart to prevent this error.

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superpac250441

Many thanks Ray, I look forward to the fix. Perhaps of interest, I have had a look through everything and all seems fine to me

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Christopher WestCommunity Expert

noticed this post after replying same bug on another thread.

I get the same identical error each time I load up Dreamweaver.

I Installed in this order:
1. deleted Configuration Folder.
2. load up Adobe Extensions Manager - then clicked all extensions to remove from list.
3. installed ecart 5.03
4. installed social media tool 2.0.0
5. installed framework builder 1.02
6. installed databridge 1.00

Im using Windows 7 SP1, Dreamweaver CS5.5

and every single time I get the error when loading dreamweaver.

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Lee Firth

I have an additional error message on Dreamweaver startup. Message is attached.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

For "unable to find" errors just go to "Window->Woirkspace Layout->Refresh 'your workspace'"

That will clear up those errors... that one isn't a bug it is just Dreamweaver remembering that you had an old floating panel open that we either renamed or removed in this version.

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superpac250441

Hi Ray,
Just to confirm that I removed ecart and the problem went away. So I look forward to the fix on ecart so I can re-install it.
If you want to work with someone to sort the issue (as you said above), feel free to contact me
Cheers

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drubin312804

Originally Said By: superpac250441
  Hi,
Firstly CONGRATULATIONS to Ray and his team for bringing out this combined extension.
I renamed the configuration folder, removed all extensions, shut down Ext manager and installed in the sequence as advised by Jason in a previous thread.

Opened DW 5.5 and got the error message as attached. Perhaps someone could take a look at the problem and let me know how it can be fixed

Many thanks  



I have the exact message as well. Please let me know when a fix is implemented.

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have logged this in our bugbase so we can correct it, we should be releasing an update soon, hopefully with in the week, to fix this problem.

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drubin312804

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  I have logged this in our bugbase so we can correct it, we should be releasing an update soon, hopefully with in the week, to fix this problem.  



OK, Thanks.

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