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18 January 2011

Quick and Dirty: Dreamweaver Updates in XP Pro

Adobe Updater reports something is still open
Have you tried to run the Dreamweaver CS5 11.03 updater and gotten a cryptic error saying that an instance of an Adobe product is open? Don't have any other Adobe products open?


I've run into this a couple of times on WinXP pro until I found this solution: Provided that you have admin rights on your machine, go into Control Panel-> Administrative Tools-> Services.


Make sure that the "Workstation" service is turned on, if it isn't start it. Once it starts, run the updater again and the problem should go away
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13 December 2010

Quck and Dirty: getting rid of line breaks carriage returns in ColdFusion Builder

I had "accidently" turned on line break and carriage return visibility in ColdFusion Builder... this is not a "documneted feature".

To toggle them on and off use CTRL + . (that's a period).

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Quick and Dirty: Running Adobe Presenter in Windows 7

getting Presenter to *not* fail in Win 7

Have you tried to run Adobe Presenter in Windows 7 yet? Did it fail?

If it did here's a quick post to fix it.
From the Windows 7 Start Menu, go to "All Programs" then to Microsoft Office, and then right click on Power Point.
Select "Properties" from the right click menu and click on the "Compatibility" tab.
Find the "Run this program in compatibility mode for" check box and check it, then in the drop down select "Windows XP Service Pack 3"

Click OK and then restart Power Point. Adobe Presenter should then run without error.

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