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severe instability issues in MX - Macromedia Dreamweaver

I was wondering if I couldn't get a little help with getting MX working. I seem to have run into some serious issues (basically I can crash DW MX about 40 different ways right now). The system I am running is brand new & current (DW 6.1, SP3 for CF MX, Win XP Pro w/ all critical updates) Now when I try and do anything with the "application" tab in the MX workspace, I lockup. I am just trying to open a page and set a logout behavior for a CMS system I made for myself. Its worked fine for ...

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    Default severe instability issues in MX

    I was wondering if I couldn't get a little help with getting MX working. I seem to have run into some serious issues (basically I can crash DW MX about 40 different ways right now). The system I am running is brand new & current (DW 6.1, SP3 for CF MX, Win XP Pro w/ all critical updates)

    Now when I try and do anything with the "application" tab in the MX workspace, I lockup. I am just trying to open a page and set a logout behavior for a CMS system I made for myself. Its worked fine for over a year until I tried to do anything with MX. It was built in Ultradev and I have MX set in the site definitions dialog to use UD pages only.

    Does anyone know what could be the root of this, basically crippling instability. I can't do a single thing on this site right now without DW just going into a lock .. having to end task and startup again.

    Mikemyurl
    Solas Guest

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    Default Re: severe instability issues in MX

    Solas wrote:
    > I was wondering if I couldn't get a little help with getting MX working. I seem to have run into some serious issues (basically I can crash DW MX about 40 different ways right now). The system I am running is brand new & current (DW 6.1, SP3 for CF MX, Win XP Pro w/ all critical updates)
    >
    > Now when I try and do anything with the "application" tab in the MX workspace, I lockup. I am just trying to open a page and set a logout behavior for a CMS system I made for myself. Its worked fine for over a year until I tried to do anything with MX. It was built in Ultradev and I have MX set in the site definitions dialog to use UD pages only.
    >
    > Does anyone know what could be the root of this, basically crippling instability. I can't do a single thing on this site right now without DW just going into a lock .. having to end task and startup again.
    >
    >
    > Mikemyurl

    This does not sound good.

    You might try reinstalling DW. Sometimes you can also reduce the amount
    of extensions you are using in DW. Try turning all extensions off in
    the Extension Manager. If you still experience problems.. DW probably
    needs to be reinstalled.

    Todd Guest

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