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Javascript pickDLL error on Mac Mountain Lion 10.8 w/DW CC

Thread began 10/22/2014 5:10 pm by tmcbinc99963 | Last modified 10/23/2014 1:46 pm by tmcbinc99963 | 888 views | 2 replies |


Javascript pickDLL error on Mac Mountain Lion 10.8 w/DW CC

Just starting working with eCart 6 for DW CC. Added eCart Object via Insert option; get a 'pickDLL is not a function' error message when trying to edit. The file it references is: Users/Library/Dreamweaver en_US/shared/WebAssist/eCart/WA eCart Shared.js

Also, I just paid $99 for the eCart 6 upgrade, and in my account upgrades it now says the upgrade only costs $49. What gives?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Are you sure you are using DW CC and not CC 2014.1?

There is a bug in DW CC 2014.1 that we are currently working on updates to fix, this error sounds like that bug.

We hope to start having updates available soon to fix this.

The item for $45 in your upgrade section is not the eCart upgrade, it is for the eCommerce Webinar, this shows for all customers who have cart regardless of version, but is included in cart 6. go to the eCart download page to access the link for the webinar recording.

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Problem resolved

Working now. Though I had deleted my DW 2014 upgrade (Adobe maintains it's a separate application) I think the preferences get changed from CC to CC 2014. Once I deleted all DW apps and reloaded CC, everything works as expected.

Thanks for the tip.

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