When I view the source of the non-working file the code looks all garbled.
When I upload the file witha diftterent ftp tool, all is well.
Never saw this before. What's up?
Using Mac, Lion, latest versions.
Have you installed the 12.0.1 update which Adobe says addresses some FTP issues?
Can you be more specific about how exactly the page is "garbled"?
Perhaps you could attach a screenshot to illustrate the issue.
Also, do you have any info about your web server's configuration? e.g., operating system, server software, etc.
You can see a sample page here
The js is a simple date script I've been using for years.
Check out the formatting change after the upload with CS6 - This ONLY happens with CS6.
Server - Linux, apache 2.2.22
Local - iMac 2.8ghz core i7 OS 10.8
In your preferences, what is your Line Break type set to (look under Code Format)?
Here is a link to your script that is uploaded with CS6 to a Linux server (Apache version is irrelevant). My Line break type is Windows.
Line break in both CS5 & CS6 is CR (Macintosh) as it always has been.
This seems to be an issue with Mac version of CS6 - the files upload perfectly well in CS5 and other ftp tools Transmit & Fetch
That seems to have worked, though I had to edit and save the script.
Can you tell me what happended there and why only in CS6?
Thanks for your help - I will try with some more complicated scripts and let you know what happens!
A Macintosh line break is just a single Line feed chr(10), a Unix line break is a single carriage return chr(13). Why this worked in CS5 as a Macintosh line break and not in CS6 escapes me. My Mac is set to Unix breaks and has been like forever. I dunno....
Thanks for the tip. I was also set to Macintosh. I changed to Unix and resaved a script and it so far seems to have solved the problem. I'll keep testing. Hopefully I can start to use the Dreamweaver FTP tool again.
But for the record I was also having this problem in CS5 (although less consistently).
I am experiencing a similar issue with mac os - set to Linux line feed. I cahnceged it to MacIntosh. I hope this helps in the future.
However, the local fils edited and uploaded have the top navigation broken now - i think it is a spacing issue. not sure how to correct
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