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For some reason when ever I click "OK" on the window that edits pop-up menus, dreamweaver just closes.... it just quits. This use to happen occasionally but now its like every time. Anyone know whats going on?
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Probably should just re-install.
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Have you tried deleting the preferences? thatll probably do it. its located in users/your username/library/preferences/dreamweaver mx or whatever version preferences.
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I tried deleting the prefs... didn't work. I guess i will try re-installing.
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Well re-installing didn't work either. Any other suggestions?
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did you delete dreamweaver in the applications folder before reinstalling? if not, try that, so when it installs, its a fresh install. also, have you tried repairing permissions?
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hmm
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What version are you running? Dreamweaver MX or Dreamweaver MX 2004?

If MX 2004, then I would advise you update to Dreamweaver MX 2004 7.0.1 if you've not already done so, this should solve many of the in-sable problems.

If it's still crashing then, trash the application from the application folder and do a fresh installation, followed by a update. It's unusual for the Dreamweaver to crash like this. There could be other corrupted files in the Configuration folder.

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