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webassist preferences panel

Thread began 1/20/2010 8:32 am by phil | Last modified 1/21/2010 9:45 am by phil | 474 views | 3 replies |

phil

webassist preferences panel

I just noticed this next to the dreamweaver preferences dropdown button.

It seemed like a great place to have a preference for 'webassist extention files location' :).

We could then decide where in our websites directory structure the files go (i.e /includes/WA/).

Sorry to revisit this subject, just wondering if it's a feature that may get implemented??

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toms016390756

That would be clever if possible

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Eric Mittman

This is something that we are currently looking into with the hopes of being able to allow modification of the include locations. There is nothing worked out yet but it is definitely on our radar, thanks for the input.

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phil

Hi Eric,

thanks for the response. I know a few of us are really craving this functionality so it would of course be very welcomed.

Phil

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