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JavaScript Error in CSS Sculptor

Thread began 11/22/2009 12:14 pm by EvBarney383146 | Last modified 12/03/2009 9:27 pm by scarroll394484 | 1913 views | 7 replies |

EvBarney383146

JavaScript Error in CSS Sculptor

Eric Meyer CSS Sculptor

Suddenly - I cannot use this plug-in at all. I have followed all instructions for clearing the cache - tried it on fresh sites in new root folders - uninstalled and reinstalled the extension and even, (incidentally - this had to do with something unrelated) reinstalled Dreamweaver.

Attached is error message I continue to get.

This is the worst time for this to happen - I need a solution ASAP - please!

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Office Guy-172461

The error indicates that there is a problem with a Virtuosoft extension.

You might have to delete the config folder:
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EvBarney383146

Thanks for the quick reply - but I am on Windows 7 and - when I went looking for that folder, it was empty.

I've never noticed a conflict between ThemeDreamer and CSS Sculptor before - but because I needed to use CSS Sculptor NOW - I removed the plug-in for the time being. I'll need to be able to use in again though - and hope there is a solution other than playing musical plug-ins.

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Brad Lawryk

I have the same problem and I only have DW Web Assist extensions and a couple PVII ones. DW was working on Friday - but not today.

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Office Guy-172461

Try step 1:
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

EvBarney383146,

As Office guy pointed out, the issues seams to be with a Virtuosoft

try removing the Virtuosoft extesnion from the extension manager.


The referenced in the error is likely in the Users configuration folder instead on the Dreamweaver Configuration folder.


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Brad,

The "Initialize UI is not defined" error will be cleared by deleting the Dreamweaver Cache file from the user configuration folder as outlined in Office Guys post.

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rpttrsn300655

remove themedreamer

In my case, removing the ThemeDreamer extension fixed this problem.

I don't remember this error before their latest update, and I've used both Sculptor and Themedreamer, so it may be just this latest version of ThemeDreamer.

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scarroll394484

ThemeDreamer compatibility

FYI:
This issue has been fixed in ThemeDreamer version 0.6.2

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