The HTML5 Pack should work fine with the Spanish version of DW. What OS are you using? What language is your OS (English, Spanish)?
There is a known issue where the Add Media Queries button is sometimes disabled if you are in Live View and the URL in the Browser Navigation toolbar Address field starts with "http://". If you close the file and then re-open it a few times, the Add Media Queries button should eventually become enabled. It's kind of a random problem.
Please let us know if this helps or not to enable the Add Media Queries button.
Hi David, I'm using win7 Ultimate x64 in spanish.
I'm not using live view nor live code, and the addres field starts with file://. Anyway, I've tried re-opening 20 times and the button was disabled every time.
One thing I've noticed is when loading a really css-heavy page on multiscreen, the button is enabled for the time it takes for the three views to load and render the styles (0,5 secs or so), then it becomes disabled. If I manage to click it, the menu works fine.
Do you see this problem with all files, or only certain files? Do you see the problem if you create a new simple HTML page with only one line of content?
I`ve the same problem. Using Windows 7 64bit in german. Interesting thing is, that when I use the "citrus" files from the Adobe workshop (http://www.adobe.com/devnet/dreamweaver/articles/dw_html5_pt3.html) the button works just fine. Even when delete any Code. But as soon as start my own file, template or just "New File" the button doesnt work.
Ok, i know the reason. When the file is on my local harddrive, the path shown in the address-field is like file:///C|something. Button is enabled and works fine. As soon as I use my NAS or another Computer within the Network, the path looks like file://///nameofNAS/path. In this case its NOT working. Must have something to do with the path. Very annoying, as I use my NAS for all the Sites. Why is this bug still not solved?