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Firstly please confirm whether "Dreamweaver CC" is shown in the left panel of Extension Manager CC. If you can only see "Others" in the left panel, then there should be something wrong when you installed DW CC so that DW hasn't saved correct information into Product Configuration Database (PCD). Extension Manager gets product information from PCD so Extension Manager didn't aware of existence of DW CC. Please search my previous posts to know how to use ExtendScript Toolkit to troubleshoot PCD issue.
If it is shown, which extensions have you tried to install? Please provide such a free extension so that we can try to reproduce the problem.
Please click "Tools" -> "Preferences" menu item in Extension Manager, check "Enable detailed logging" option, restart Extension Manager, then try to install an extension. After the error massage box pops up, exit Extension Manager, and send the log file in "/Users/<YourUserName>/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Extension Manager CC/Log" folder to email@example.com.
Note that the folder ""/Users/<YourUserName>/Library" is hidden in Finder by default. You have to hold down option key then click "Go" -> "Library" menu item in the top menu bar to go into this folder.
Thanks for your help.
The problem has now sorted itself out, after an dreameaver uninstall, restart then reinstall from cloud.
I am having this same issue but on a PC, Dreamweaver version 13.2, Extension Manager 7.0.0.
Dreamweaver does not show in the left panel, only "Others". I have uninstalled and reinstalled twice.
Have you run ExtendScript Toolkit? What’s the result?
I'm having a similar problem.
My error message reads:
"This extension can not be installed, it requires Dreamweaver version 3 or greater."
Dreamweaver CC, 13.2 build 6446
Extension Manager CC, 188.8.131.52
Dreamweaver CC is shown in the left panel of Extension Manager CC.
I'm am sending my ExtensionManager.log file to your firstname.lastname@example.org address.
Carl, Could you please explain what you mean by the "Finder" is in the sentence, "Note that the folder ""/Users/<YourUserName>/Library" is hidden in Finder by default."
It is now July, 2015 and this issue has not been properly resolved. Notes: 1) Using EM versions '14 or '15 makes no difference. 2) Installing new (2015) CC app version upgrades puts files in folders which the Win Registry can't even keep up with. 3) The online Adobe instructions and suggestions get more lazy, arrogant and vague with each new release. 4) Older help pages aren't being updated with links to more current info which leaves users wondering which answers might or might not apply to which installations. 5) It would really be quite fun to watch if it wasn't so consistent and wide spread. 6) Shamefully smells a lot like the culture at Microsoft. 7...) <Continue this list by adding your sweetest observations, here.>
I also find it interesting that nowhere on this page is it mentioned whether this or any other page is addressing the issue from a MAC or Windows set up. Are we to believe one ends up with the same exact CC directory structure on both OS's and can use the same exact parade of patch files (as recommended)? Seems to me the director of Adobe's tech support must be phoning it in. No, I don't mean shoring up quality and thoroughness. I meant, to tell them where to send his/her quarterly paycheck. No doubt this month to his/her beach cabana in Hawaii.