Dreamweaver and MX 2004 EULA Updates Released

All you Dreamweaver MX 2004 users out there are definitely going to want to go check out the newly released updater. Now that the Dreamweaver updater is out there, the entire Studio MX 2004 suite has been optimized since its original release.

Macromedia has also released updates to our MX 2004 End-user License Agreement (EULA) to address product version and Flash component issues. Let me know what you think of the changes.

3 Responses to Dreamweaver and MX 2004 EULA Updates Released

  1. Lola says:

    Speaking of which, Extension Manager on my PowerBook is broken. I can see .mxp files but I can’t select these to install since button is greyed out and the file is greyed out in the list view. Yes, I filed a bug report but I have yet to hear from anybody at Macromedia. Got any suggestions on getting this fixed?

  2. We have seen this problem, which sometimes results from the filetype association in a download or samba file transfer on Mac OS X. Please try doubleclicking on the extension itself, this will launch the Extension Manager (EM) and begin the install process.Regards,-dominic

  3. Lola Lee says:

    Thanks – it worked!