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How To Fix the Cache Problem in DreamweaverA simple workaround to get you designing faster
Specifically, every time I switched over to Digital Media Designer and tried to save a file or pull one down from the remote server, I would get an annoying message telling me that Dreamweaver couldn't update my site cache, so I'd have to recreate it manually.
Well, I figured it out. It's a very simple fix, but it's one you might not like.
The site name "Digital Media Designer" takes up 22 characters. Dreamweaver maintains the site cache in a file called "Digital Media Designer.dws." That's 26 characters. It also maintains a file called "Digital Media DesignerChanged.txt." That name, unfortunately, exceeds the Mac's current file name limit, so Dreamweaver was unable to create the file in the first place.
The simple fix to this is to go into your site definitions and change the name of your site to accommodate this limit. I changed mine to "DMD," so now I have a file called "DMD.dws" and "DMDChanged.txt," both well within the Mac's file name limit.
Dave Nagel is the producer of Creative Mac and Digital Media Designer; host of several World Wide User Groups, including Synthetik Studio Artist, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe LiveMotion, Creative Mac and Digital Media Designer; and executive producer of the Digital Media Net family of publications. You can reach him at email@example.com.
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