Tutorial created by Ray Borduin, WebAssist
Let's go over some of the most common issues that people have when using the Adobe Extension Manager to install extension, and how to get around them, or fix them outright.
In OS X 10.7, Apple hid the Library Directory from users to help keep inexperienced users from messing around with files they have no business messing around with. Fortunately, there is a way to unhide the folder so we can access the sweet, sweet Dreamweaver Extension files hidden within.
chflags nohidden ~/Library/
If you decide you want your Library directory hidden once more, this can be reversed by doing the following.
chflags hidden ~/Library/
If installing an extension is taking longer than you would expect, or if you are finding that Dreamweaver is not functioning as expected after installing, you may be able to fix this by deleting the WinFileCache.dat or MacFileCache.dat file.
Follow these instructions to delete this file.
For Windows Users
For Mac Users
During the installation process, there are three alerts that may appear:
When any of these alerts display, you can choose Yes to All to proceed with the installation. This should not cause any problems.
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