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CS6 Insert CSS button error bug

Thread began 3/08/2013 5:56 pm by papijay | Last modified 3/08/2013 6:45 pm by papijay | 915 views | 2 replies |


CS6 Insert CSS button error bug

Not sure if I posted in the right spot but here it goes. I noticed this "bug" today.

I am trying to Insert a CSS button from the Webassist folder and receive the following error
Unable to open script file c:/program files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS6\configuration\Objects\Forms\formInsert.js (error 2).

I checked the file explorer and found that formInsert.js is missing from CS6, but appears in CS5.5.

I was hoping to style the button and I would prefer not to use the boring grey button that is generic to Dreamweaver.

Using CS6, Design Extender 1.1.1, Data Bridge 1.1.2, Free Tools 1.0.2

Window 7

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Adobe have removed the object/forms folder from the creative cloud version unexpectedly.

see the following thread for details:

and this one for a fix:

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Thanks for the quick response

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