Every time I try to insert an Edge .OAM file in muse and try to publish I keep getting an "invalid block type (type==3)" error, over and over... it doesn't matter even if the OAM file is empty, it still displays this problem... could someone please point me if this is a bug or if I'm just doing something wrong?
Inserting .oam file in muse seriously affect the performance of Muse 2.0 beta 904 in the design view and also when you select preview in browser. Muse suddebly become sluggish. It takes minutes before it loads just a preview!
Please refer to the following kb article on more information about the Adobe Edge integration, http://www.adobekb.com/inserting_edge_content.html
Are you getting the error while following the instruction number 2..??
Yep, still having trouble... It doesn't matter the computer... In both of my macs i'm using mountain lion... Both give the problem.
I did follow the instructions step by step.. Don't really know whats wrong, maybe a bug in my OS?
I have the same issue but it's not an OS issue (i think) : I'm working on SnowLeopard and I have the same error message. All the http://www.adobekb.com/inserting_edge_content.html steps are correctly followed.
I cannot use the preview mode and cannot preview in a browser as well.
Any idea ?
ragno7, Pierre, Antony, can you all send the .oam file you are having this problem with to muse-support at adobe dot com along with a link to this thread? If the file is larger than 20Mb, you can use a service like Adobe SendNow, SendThisFile or WeTransfer. Thanks.
Thanks for the prompt follow up!
Is it possible to also send us the Edge project you're publishing the .oam from?
Besides this, it may also be useful to know the following:
- what operating system are you currently using (version and language)
- the Edge version used to publish the .oam file
please find enclosed the whole project (http://dl.dropbox.com/u/60679963/Edge.zip).
Regarding the OS, I'm using Mac OS X 10.6.8 in french.
Regarding version, i'm currently using Edge version 0.11.0.164.20564. And I'm not sure about the version I used (1 or 2 version before) : sorry for that.
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