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Problem with 2.0.5 version in Mac

Thread began 9/11/2009 8:01 am by info47469 | Last modified 10/07/2009 5:01 pm by Jimmy Wu | 1854 views | 5 replies |


Problem with 2.0.5 version in Mac

I've installed the CSS Sculptor 2.0.5. The error "While executing onLoad in wacs_wizard.htm" ocurred. I've installed again... Nothing. I've deleted the macfilecache.dat file... Nothing.

I come back the 2.0.4 version... It works.

My computer is old G5 (one processor) and Leopard 10.5.8

what's ocurrs?

Juaco Amado (Gráficos)

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same problem

I have the same problem using a PowerMac G5 running Tiger. I also tried deleting the cache file but doesn't help. I tried completely uninstalling and then re-installing, but that doesn't help either. I'll try going back to 2.0.4 and hope that that works.

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2.0.5 Problem

Same here. Not only with CSS Sculptor but with the new site assist pro as well. I'm on a Mac G4 10.4.11 with CS 3.
Downgrading works.

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Jimmy Wu

It looks like you are experiencing the same issue as in this thread:

I have posted some instructions to follow on that thread. Let me know how that works for you.

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Mac PowerPC G4, OS 10.4.11, Dreamweaver CS3

While executing onLoad in wacs_wizard.htm, a JavaScript error occurred.

Error started after upgrading CSS Sculptor to 2.0.5.

Have deleted the mac cache file, same error.

Have deleted the WASAP_bundle.bundle, same error.

Have renamed Configuration folder, uninstalled all extensions, reinstalled all extensions, resolved wasap_wizard.htm issue (I think) and still receive the wacs_wizard.htm error.

As far as I can tell, I've gone though all the available suggestions -- except downgrading. Is that my only option?

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Jimmy Wu

I have opened up a backend ticket to take a look into this issue. You can check this ticket by logging in to your account at and checking your support history.

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