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Thread began 7/03/2014 7:47 am by Jamie | Last modified 7/07/2014 10:27 am by Jason Byrnes | 1065 views | 3 replies |

Jamie

extensionss

Wasnt sure where to put this thread (sorry if its in the wrong place)

A couple of things.

1. Just wondering if there is a way to reorder the items in the Webassist tool bar drop down in Dreamweaver itself (eg see attached image menu.jpg) - if not, does the installation order of the extensions determine where the related items go and if so how does that get structured.

2. other attached image shows an error I got when I uninstalled the latest version of FreeTools. I also lost access to the presets and preferences (they just werent there) items in the toolbar navigation. Also, for some reason when oipenign up a php page the WA install/uininstall window showed and said trying to uninstall the MySQLi extension..... running DW6 with DB, DE, eCart, MySQLi and FreeTools all latyest versions

If you need any other info just let me know

Cheers

Jamie

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

1) The installation order does effect the menu, the extensions that are installed first are placed at the top of the menu, each exension installed after that tacks the menu items on to the bottom, from you screen shot, it looks like Free Tools was installed first, then eCart, Design Extender, and Data Bridge last.

2) Try uninstalling, then reinstalling the MySQLi extension.

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Jamie

thanks Jason

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You're welcome.

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