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Error message when saving a file in DW -CS6

Jan 5, 2013 6:33 PM

Tags: #dreamweaver #in #cs6 #onload #bc_aftersave.htm

When I go to save a file in Dreamweaver CS6, using Windows 7 -


I get this error message.


"While Executing onLoad in bc_afterSave.htm, the follwing javascript errors occured"


In File "bc_aftersave.htm";

onload is not defined


Everything was fine for years now I get this annoying error message. The file saves but the error message always pops up.


I am using the Adobe Application Manager and getting my software through the Adobe Cloud.


I tried deleting the configuration file with th expectation that DW would automatically create a new one but that did not work.


I'd hate to have to unintsall and reinstall DW because I have dozens of sites that I would need to resetup



Any help on this??

  • Sudarshan Thiagarajan
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    Oct 15, 2010
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    Jan 5, 2013 9:36 PM   in reply to weezerboy

    bc_aftersave.htm is a file that lies within Dreamweaver's Configuration Commands. Usually is required when working with Business Catalyst.


    The error you see may be caused due to a faulty file.


    I'm attaching the file at fault - 'bc_aftersave.htm' in this thread. Download and restore it to the following folder:


    C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Dreamweaver CS6\<language>\Configuration\Commands


    Locate the file bc_aftersave.htm, replace that file with the one I'm attaching here to see if it solves the issue.



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    Jan 7, 2013 6:36 AM   in reply to weezerboy

    You have to turn on hidden files/folders to get into that directory.

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    Jan 7, 2013 11:29 AM   in reply to weezerboy
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