I find it odd that DW is one of the only programs to officially support Vista, if not the only.
Odd or omission? If it works on XP SP3 & Win7, it should work on Vista, right?
Is it just one site in particular or multiple sites?
CS6 Live View is unacceptably slow on multiple sites/pages. HTML, PHP, SHTML.
Rebooting didn't improve things but...
It's not exclusive to one page or site.
Disabling JS is no great tragedy, but it would be nice if that option stuck on subsequent pages.
Odd. Jeff Tranberry went into a bit of the reason as to why only Windows 7 fully supports all of Photoshop CS6 on the Photoshop blog ( http://blogs.adobe.com/photoshopdotcom/2012/03/photoshop-cs6-operating-system-support-and- beyond.html ). It started with Lightroom and has trickled down to the other programs. So only DW can officially offer support for you based on the tech specs for each product if they are all accurate and not a marketing mistake. Not sure if it's strictly a feature thing or maybe it has to do with the security of the application for which Adobe was scrutinized today ( http://gizmodo.com/5909290/adobes-photoshop-security-reaches-a-sad-new-low ).
Anyways, I'm thinking something with an included file, is the JS file remote or local? If remote from where? I doubt you need to clear configurations or anything since it's so new.
Edit: Just saw your post, I'll take a look at those pages.
Does it happen if you create a new page using one of the pre-built layouts? e.g. 3 column liquid
If it does _not_ happen with one of the pre-built layouts, then try implementing the change mentioned here (for CS6 instead of CS5/CS5.5): http://helpx.adobe.com/dreamweaver/kb/hang-opening-document-dreamweaver-cs5.html
This shouldn't be required, but give it a try and let us know if it changes the results at all.
Have you tried enabling, (or disabling) the live view option 'use testing server as document source' ?
Also the reason that most CS6 programs do not list Vista as a supported OS, is because the development teams consider Vista to be so similar to Win 7 that they can be considered the same. It has nothing to do with the program not working in that product and most of the ones we use on the web have been tested by users of Vista, (though it looks like all problems have not been caught).
I haven't set up the DW testing sever yet. I usually keep local and testing files in the same location, so not too sure how/if this would effect Live View response. I'll look into that more later.
I got the Cloud trial yesterday and I'm nosing around in Photoshop CS6 today. Finding my custom actions, gradients, patterns, etc... and moving them to CS6 has been quite a chore. Now I remember why I didn't upgrade sooner!
So far everything seems to be working in Vista-32 bit. I can't use Premier Pro or After Effects (64-bit only) but that's OK. They're not part of my regular workflow anyway.
Nancy O. wrote:
Finding my custom actions, gradients, patterns, etc... and moving them to CS6 has been quite a chore. Now I remember why I didn't upgrade sooner!
I can sympathize with that, I built a new computer months ago, (i7, ssd, 16gb) and only installed CS at the beginning of this month because of exactly the same reason.