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Error with Datassist and html Editor Error undefine when building

Thread began 8/30/2013 10:41 am by Miguel | Last modified 8/30/2013 7:21 pm by Miguel | 660 views | 6 replies |

Miguel

Error with Datassist and html Editor Error undefine when building

Im getting the following errors when i add an html editor field on an insert or update page using the dataasist wizard:

An error ocurred in the script on this page.

Line: 93
Char:1
Error: 'Ckeditor' is undefined
code:0
URL:root folders on my pc /appdata/roaming/adobe/dreameaver cc/en_US/Configuration/Shared/Webassist/Preview/Wafb/

And it ask me if i want to continue using the script yes or no

it makes datassist go pretty heavy and in some occasions crashes DW, has happened to me before when i had Dreamweaver cs5 and now that i upgraded to CC its the same still having that error on every single page that is created with data assist.

Also after i hit to stop the script or run it when the page is done the html edito when runing is not display i have to change the theme in order it to work

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What version of data Bridge do you have installed? make sure you have version 1.1.4 installed.

also, try disabling the preview in the webassist preferences.

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Miguel

Yes latest version here Data Bridge 1.1.4
Design extender 1.1.5
Ecart 5.0.7
Free Tools 1.0.5

When i disable the preview its ok no js errors on the wizard, it just doesnt place the correct theme on it and i have to place it manually but when constructing i avoid some mistakes with the preview sometimes because it shows me a display of what im doing and if i forgot something i can go in and edit it before publishing or creating the pages

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

what do you mean by:
it just doesnt place the correct theme

please provide more details

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Miguel

the skins i mean sorry when building with data assist wizard it adds the kama skin by default ($CKEditor_config["skin"] = "kama";), when loading the page it loads blank where the editor should be but if i edit it manually to moono it displays seems like it never adds the files for kama and i would have to do either of both or add the files my self or edit the code

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'm not able to reproduce that problem, make sure that you are using correct installation order:

eCart
Free Tools
Design Extender
Data Bridge.


I tested by starting a new site, then running the data assist wizard with an HTML editor instance.

the kama skin was added to the ckeditor files.

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Miguel

ill remove tonight the extensions and install in that order i really dont remeber the order i installed them.

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