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where is cache file located

Thread began 5/11/2012 2:41 pm by evansg7124312885 | Last modified 5/11/2012 4:11 pm by Jason Byrnes | 368 views | 1 replies |


where is cache file located


When (BEFORE) I installed DataBridge and Design Extender, I renamed the configuration folder that contained the Cache file that I would delete if I experienced an error. After removing all extensions and replacing with ECart, Extender, and DataBridge; I do not have a configuration folder at all. My renamed folder is still there.

Is the cache file in a different location now or have I made a mess with the renaming of the old folder? If there is a new path, can you send? If I have made a mess, I'm not sure I want to know as everything appears to be working better than ever (the new data assist GUI is great and much appreciated).

I have DW5.5, Mac OS Lion, ECart 5.04, Extender 6, and Bridge 2.

Thank you ,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the cache file will be in the same configuration folder as always.

the cache file is a dreamweaver file, not dependant on data bridge or any other WA extensions.

see this post on adobes forums:

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