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Should DW automatically delete the temp files it uses to implement the preview feature once the page is saved or closed? The problem I'm having is the DW is not deleting the TMP files and its mucking up my FTP (I can't use DW ftp) transfers....

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    Default TMP files are not deleted

    Should DW automatically delete the temp files it uses to implement the preview feature once the page is saved or closed? The problem I'm having is the DW is not deleting the TMP files and its mucking up my FTP (I can't use DW ftp) transfers.



    ubu webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: TMP files are not deleted

    how about just disabling the use of temporary files altogether.

    go to Edit > Preferences > Preview in Browser > unchecked 'Preview Using
    Temporary Files'

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    Regards,

    MarkY-MMTS
    Macromedia Technical Support


    "ubu" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
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    > Should DW automatically delete the temp files it uses to implement the
    preview feature once the page is saved or closed? The problem I'm having is
    the DW is not deleting the TMP files and its mucking up my FTP (I can't use
    DW ftp) transfers.
    >
    >
    >

    MarkY - MMTS Guest

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    Default Re: TMP files are not deleted

    ubu, it's easier to track information if you keep it all in the same
    thread, rather than starting new ones. And as I said, DW should
    automatically delete the TMP files when it closes. Let us know if that
    doesn't work for you.

    - Josh

    Josh Guest

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