Hi co-designers… Few days ago I was having a strange error when attempting to write a code in PHP for Dreamweaver CS3 (9) for Windows, in my case Windows XP. This is the operating system they use in my workplace, yes I know, is a shame but I had to deal with it.
- Turning Dreamweaver To Original State: You need to have access to your Application Data folder (C:\Documents and Settings\[your user folder]\Application Data\Adobe\Dreamweaver 9). If you don’t have too much configurations or a personalize workspace you can delete everything in that folder. But remember, you will loose all configurations you had made. Dreamweaver will open back in its original state.
- Keeping Every Configurations: The second solution will not remove any custom configuration, you need to access the software’s configuration folder (C:\Documents and Settings\[your user folder]\Application Data\Adobe\Dreamweaver 9\Configurations\) and delete the file named -WinFileCache-AD76BB20.dat- or something like that. Then re-start the software, the crash error should disappear.
Well, I hope this help any of my co-designers. Have a awesome 2010 Thanksgiving Day!
Thanks to http://www.johnnypez.com for your help.
3 replies on “The PHP Curly Braces Error In Dreamweaver CS3”
An update for this problem. I ran into this problem again and follow the solution #2 and the problem persist. Apparently the solution only works one time. I already try it 2 times and it doesn’t works. I also tried to use the solution #1 and the problem persists. Thank God I have Oracle® NetBeans.
Actually the problem is with one specific file which file exceed 75721 K! I try coding in another file a let me do it, it’s just with that specific file. Any suggestions?
The solution… Apparently for any reason the file was corrupted during Dreamweaver crashes, what I did, instead of saving the file as another file I create a new file and copy paste all the code in this new file. Then saving it back again over the original file.
I did it this way because I tried it to save the corrupted file as another file and the problem persists. But when copy/pasted the code to a new file, then everything was restructure, I think. That a big word for me… lol.
Well hope this works!