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Known issue (and solution) Increasing Columns in Layout

Thread began 10/14/2009 6:36 pm by Anna Robinson | Last modified 12/31/2009 5:52 pm by Eric Mittman | 2961 views | 6 replies |

Anna Robinson

Known issue (and solution) Increasing Columns in Layout

This issue was discovered in CSS Sculptor 3: If you increase the left or right column count for the Content area layout component within the Customize CSS interface, you will not be able to edit the properties of the added columns.

We are now offering steps to fix this issue in the Download Center of our website. Log in and visit downloadcenter.php. Click on Eric Meyer's CSS Sculptor; then click on the Known Issues section. Download the zip file and follow the instructions in the readme file.

Thank you to the customers who helped us discover this issue.

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h150477

Fine - so long as you don't have Windows 7 64 bit

Originally Said By: Anna Robinson
  This issue was discovered in CSS Sculptor 3: If you increase the left or right column count for the Content area layout component within the Customize CSS interface, you will not be able to edit the properties of the added columns.

We are now offering steps to fix this issue in the Download Center of our website. Log in and visit downloadcenter.php. Click on Eric Meyer's CSS Sculptor; then click on the Known Issues section. Download the zip file and follow the instructions in the readme file.

Thank you to the customers who helped us discover this issue.  



I just tried to find the folder with the js files in it, but there is no path listed for Windows 7. The Vista path does not exist in win 7, and may well be different again in windows 7 64 bit. so what am I supposed to do to install the new shared.js file?

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neilo

Try going to Windows 'Start' button, and put

%appdata%

in the 'Start Search' box. Press 'return'.

Go to 'Adobe' > Your Version of Dreamweaver > shared > WebAssist > CSSSculptor > shared.js

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h150477

Originally Said By: neilo
  Try going to Windows 'Start' button, and put

%appdata%

in the 'Start Search' box. Press 'return'.

Go to 'Adobe' > Your Version of Dreamweaver > shared > WebAssist > CSSSculptor > shared.js  



Well that was in the right direction and a bit of searching found the correct route. Thanks!
Actual route was as follows:

C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS4\en_US\Configuration\Shared\WebAssist\CSSSculptor

The spaces in Dreamweaver ans CSSSculptor were not in my path, and must be a quirk of the forum parser.
Is there a list of all these things that you have to type into the search box?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

%appdata% is system variable.

It is a short hand notation for the appdata folder at:
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\

This will open the Appdata folder even if it is set to be a hidden folder. Most likely, the problem you where running into was that the AppData folder is set to bee a hidden folder.

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toms016390756

How do you view the hidden folders?

--- My baby:

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Eric Mittman

If you are on a Windows OS you can go to the control panel and in the folder options you can specify to view hidden files and folders. When in the folder options under view in the list you will have a section titled hidden files and folders, you can select to view these files and folders here.

If you are on a MAC OS then you should be able to just navigate directly to the location. Here are the paths for both platforms:

Win
--C:\Users\<Your User Name>\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS4\en_US

Mac
--Hard disk: Users: <Your User Name>: Library: Application Support: Adobe: Dreamweaver CS4: en_US

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