(TechNote) When you install Dreamweaver 8 on a Macintosh system, the installation stalls with “190 items left to install”. At that point, the installation process searches the Macintosh hard drive and hangs.
(TechNote) View > Live Data, or Preview In Browser, do not function if the Testing Server category of the Dreamweaver site definition is set to anything but “none”. Depending on what types of pages you have in your frameset, you will see one of these two warnings pop-up in Dreamweaver when you try to go into Live Data view or Preview In Browser.
If you run Preview in Browser on a frameset, then this message displays:
Framesets cannot be previewed when the testing server is remote. Would you like to preview the frameset locally?
If your frameset consists of server-side files (e.g. ASP files) and you run View > Live Data, then this message displays:
The testing server did not execute any of the scripts in your document. Possible explanations include:
1) The testing server is not running.
2) The testing server ignores files with the “.asp” file extension.
3) Your document does not contain any scripts.
(TechNote) Some Windows users are reporting that their FTP usernames and passwords in their Dreamweaver site definitions are deleted when they close and re-open Dreamweaver 8 or when they reboot their machine. This issue does not occur in earlier versions of Dreamweaver.
(TechNote) The Flash Player may fail to install due to incorrect permissions in the registry. Before you download the Microsoft tool and follow these instructions, try this first: How to fix almost all Flash Player issues.
Additionally, if you don’t have administrator access, then you may not be able to install the Flash Player successfully. Permissions can be tricky but, in general, you should be able to install and use the Adobe Flash Player if your system administrator gives you full access. Windows users should be familiar with Registry permissions required for Flash Player install or update (TechNote tn_19148).
(TechNote) This document provides troubleshooting guidelines for users of the Macromedia Flash Players for Linux and Solaris. These players are available for download from Macromedia Web Player Alternates.
(TechNote) Due to recent enhancements and features added to Macromedia Flash Player 8, certain operating systems are no longer supported for playback of Flash movies. Starting with the Flash Player 8 release, Macromedia Flash Player is no longer available for Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Windows NT, or classic Macintosh operating systems.
Legacy versions of Macromedia Flash Player have security and stability issues that are corrected in Flash Player 8. Users who cannot install or upgrade to Flash Player 8 should download and install the Flash Player version 7r68 included in this TechNote to take advantage of security updates for Flash Player 7.
Macromedia recommends that all Flash Player users on supported systems upgrade to the most recent version of the player through the Player Download Center.
(TechNote) This document provides troubleshooting guidelines for users of Adobe Flash Player and Intel-based Macs. Users can download the final release of Flash Player 9 (formerly known as Flash Player 8.5) that runs natively on Intel-based Macs.
(TechNote) Rosetta mode is not supported for Flash Player 9 on Intel-based Macintosh computers.
Flash Player 9 is available as a universal binary that includes both a version of Flash Player that runs natively on Intel-based Macs and a PowerPC version that can run in Rosetta. Rosetta is a special mode that runs older legacy PowerPC applications on Intel-based Macs.
For more information about Adobe support for Intel-based Macs, see this FAQ.
(TechNote) Flash Player audio output stops working on Intel-based Macintosh computers when you change specific system audio settings, or when those settings are changed byother third-party software. This issue in not strictly isolated to Intel-based Macintosh computers and may occur on any Macintosh system that is equipped with a sound card capable of exceeding 44Hz. However, this issue will be more prevalent on Intel-based Macintosh computers, because the majority the sound cards on other Macintosh systems do not exceed 44Hz.
(TechNote – update) This TechNote focuses on installation and troubleshooting of Flash Player on Macintosh and Windows systems. Additional information is also available from the Flash Player Support Center.