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Javascript error at Startup

Thread began 4/08/2009 3:15 am by deanmaury365211 | Last modified 9/10/2009 10:55 pm by jebrandon343719 | 5229 views | 18 replies |

deanmaury365211

Javascript error at Startup

When trying to initialize Sculptor, I get this in CS4 Dreamweaver (XP Home)-

While executing onLoad in wacs_wizard.htm, the following Javascript error(s) occurred:

In file "wacs_wizard":
initializeUI is not defined

I tried removing sculptor and reinstalling it a few times and restarting comp, to no avail. Does anyone have any clue on this one?

Thanks in advance,
Dean

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Try clearing your winfilecache.dat file in your configuration folder while DW is closed. That can sometimes fix problems like this.

If that doesn't work, please submit a support incident and somebody can look into this with you.

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MBrem

Had the same issue. Since I'm on a Mac, trashing the macfilecache.dat corrected the issue.

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raf225211

Javascript error at Startup

Originally Said By: register313951
  Had the same issue. Since I'm on a Mac, trashing the macfilecache.dat corrected the issue.  



I just filled a trouble ticket for this. Seems they should document this in the installation notes since it's a common problem.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

We will be updating our installation instructions to include this information. It seems to be introduced in CS4 and we just recently got our heads around the cause.

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craiger522323782

[QUOTE=deanmaury365211;2005]When trying to initialize Sculptor, I get this in CS4 Dreamweaver (XP Home)-

I'm having the same problem on a Mac OSX 10.5.6. I don't see a file called "winfilecache.dat" in my config folder. Which file should I look for?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

macfilecache.dat

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deanmaury365211

Thanks

Hey Ray,

Thankyou for the quick reply. Where do I find that file? I looked in the DW Configuration folder and the Windows Configuration folder and don't see the file.
Dean

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It is in your users local configuration. Users/Library/Applicaiton Support/Adobe/Dreamweaver cs4/en_us/Configuration... or something like that I haven't used a mac in a while.

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deanmaury365211

Thanks

Hey Ray, I see that you've posted on Adobe's site about this and I figured it out from there. Had to use the folders options to show hidden folders to get to it. It did solve the problem. Thanks again much.

Dean

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