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Hi,

Just loaded Leopard by doing an Archive and Install and when I tried firing up Dreamweaver, I got an error message that said to reinstall the program.

Before reinstalling, how do I uninstall the existing application, just move the Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 and Macromedia Extension Manager folders to thrash?

Or is there a simpler way to fix this (from my Previous Systems folder)?

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How much simpler do you want than dragging the apps to the Trash?! That's all you need to do.
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How much simpler do you want than dragging the apps to the Trash?! That's all you need to do.
Thanks, I just thought it affected more, such as preferences, etc.

Better be safe than sorry,

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