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TheWern

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Hi,

This occurs everytime I open any .html or .php page, and I have deleted and reloaded Dreamweaver 4 times.

In a blue outlined box it reads:-

MACROMEDIA DREAMWEAVER
The following translators wer not loaded:
Date.htm : has configuration info that is invalid.

Any ideas on how to fix? ?

Sandy :whistling:
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starjax

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here are two fixes:

Delete the WinFileCache-7A9586CB.dat, MacFileCache-BFE7CE2E.dat, or FileCache.dat file from the Dreamweaver user configuration folder. The string of characters after "FileCache-" may differ on your machine. On Windows, the FileCache file is located here:

C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Macromedia\Dreamweaver 8\Configuration

Note that the "Application Data" folder is hidden by default, so verify that your Windows Explorer folder options are set to View Hidden Folders.

On the Macintosh, the path to the FileCache file is:

Mac HD/Users/<user>/Library/Application Support/Macromedia/Dreamweaver 8/


fix2

I renamed (for the sake of recovery) the folder "translators" and run the setup of DW8 and selected "fix" instead of "remove". The installer took a bit of extra time checking the validity of all installed components. Once the setup finised, DW8 worked with no problems.

Aparently, the "x.htm" files in the "translators" folder got corrupted. "Fix installation" forced the installer to recreate the "translators" folder and all of its contents.


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Thanks Starjax,

The first one worked a treat. I would never have found that without help

Thanks again,

Sandy
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