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Data Bridge v109 bug with html editor

Thread began 10/13/2012 9:06 am by mrs | Last modified 10/15/2012 5:55 pm by mrs | 928 views | 4 replies |

mrs

Data Bridge v109 bug with html editor

Hi, I have installed Data Bridge v109, and I am now getting this error (see attached) when I try to edit an html editor instance. I've uninstalled and reinstalled.

I have gone back to v108, and that's not working either now, so something has been overwritten somewhere that has broken the functionality of the extension. :(

I've deleted the .dat file too, but still no joy!

Any thoughts?

Mat

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mrs

Actually, I can't launch HTML editor from the webassist menu to insert a new editor now either!

Hmmm!

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mrs

Just tried 'Insert CSS Button' and I have just got the same error as when trying to edit or insert an HTML editor instance.

What's going on here as I can't seem to rectify the problem? It's only happened since I installed v109 of data bridge. It all worked fine with v108, and as I say, even if I try to go back to v108, it no longer works!

I'm on Mac OS Lion with CS6

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Looks like this is an issue caused by the new 12.1 update to the CS6 creative cloud version.

See these 2 posts for details on how to correct the problem:
showpost.php?p=137836&postcount=8
showpost.php?p=137836&postcount=9

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mrs

Thanks Jason, that fixed it.

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