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How about a sticky with all of the known bugs in Data Bridge and Design Extender?

Thread began 5/03/2012 2:40 pm by Andrew Read | Last modified 5/07/2012 11:46 am by Jason Byrnes | 751 views | 4 replies |

Andrew Read

How about a sticky with all of the known bugs in Data Bridge and Design Extender?

Just a quick suggestion to start a thread that contains the known bugs with these two extensions (there seems to be a host of them) so that your users can see what they are up against, rather than read 1,000,000 posts that all have the same few error messages listed.

Open and honest is a good idea to save us ALL some time, including yourselves in relation to answering the same question every few minutes.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I will compile a list later today to post it.

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elton

Compatibility with Adobe...Dreamweaver CS6????

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  I will compile a list later today to post it.  



Hi Jason. First...I think that you are headed in the right direction by consolidating the many, many tools under only a few installs. I've purchased most (nearly all) of the extensions and it had become a huge pain to reinstall all of them. It might also be a great idea to create a separate group/level in the download panel to make it less of a search for the consolidated offerings. My listing is multiple pages long.

I guess there's never a perfect time for doing this kind of consolidation as there will always be growth pains...Even so, I am surprised that you are doing this now...just before release of CS6. I suppose I've missed it if it has been posted somewhere...but...

What is the status of your extensions with CS6, HTML5, CSS3? :o

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Andrew Read

Better yet.. where's this list? :)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

@andrew, sorry to have taken a break over the weekend... a list has been added to both the Data Bridge and Design Extender forums

@elton, now that CS 6 has been released, we will be evaluating for compatibility and releasing updates as necessary, the Web Assist wizards do not generate CSS3 or HTML5 code, but that does not mean you cant add CSS3 or HTML5 to your pages after being created.

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