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Error when starting Dreamweaver CS6 w/Web Assist Form Bulider installed

Thread began 1/17/2013 11:00 am by tdhkfinkel424121 | Last modified 8/23/2017 6:08 pm by Ray Borduin | 706 views | 8 replies |

tdhkfinkel424121

Error when starting Dreamweaver CS6 w/Web Assist Form Bulider installed

Hi,
I keep getting a Java Script error when I start Dreamweaver CS6.
it says:

Javas Script error(s) occured at line 383 of file
"C:\Users\............\Web Assist\ Form Builder\Library\WA_Configuration.js"

toCheck has no properties

It hasn't stopped me from working with Dreamweaver or Web Assist Form Builder but it is concerning.
How do I fix it?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

is this the Stand alone version of Form builder?

The stand alone version of form builder is not compatible with DW CS6, it has been replaced By data Bridge which will work in DW CS6.

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bill3786

Further to your reply in another post in the last few days that the stand alone Form Builder should work in CS6 I get this same error described above when starting up CS6. Error is shown in the attachment.

After clicking OK on the error, CS6 seems to start up ok but I haven't used Form Builder in a site yet to see if its ok.

Any thoughts on this?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That error is in code that checks the Dreamweaver version. I don't think it would effect functionality. If you have time I could do screen sharing with you to log into your computer and update the file to avoid the error.

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bill3786

Ok thanks, what do I have to do to action the screen sharing.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you send me a US phone number or Skype contact information I can call you and set it up over the phone.

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bill3786

Answer in private message

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I've sent you a contact request through Skype.

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bill3786

Thanks Ray, error message not displayed when CS6 opens now, problem solved.

Ray added this line at 383 in "C:\Users\............\Web Assist\ Form Builder\Library\WA_Configuration.js"

if (!toCheck) return false;

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