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Dreamweaver CC and "cfm" related files

Participant ,
Dec 12, 2019

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I know this is old but since I will have to move to Catalina eventually and will lose essential Dreamweaver functionality, I ask to the community:

 

Does anyone know how to manually include cfm and cfc files to show within the related files tab?

This is key for me to be more productive.

I wasn't able to find yet an IDE that supports related files the way Dreamweaver CS6 (and previous versions) do.

 

If there is no way with Dreamweaver CC, anyone knows an IDE that when I open a file, it will also open all related files, including cfm, cfc, js, css?

 

Thank you in advance!

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If you need older versions of DW to support ColdFusion files, DO NOT upgrade to Catalina. Or keep  an older compatible OS on a virtual machine or 2nd computer to support older software. 

 

Based on what I'm reading in other product forums, Catalina is a mixed bag at best and a catastrophe at worst. 

 

 

 

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Dreamweaver CC and "cfm" related files

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I know this is old but since I will have to move to Catalina eventually and will lose essential Dreamweaver functionality, I ask to the community:

 

Does anyone know how to manually include cfm and cfc files to show within the related files tab?

This is key for me to be more productive.

I wasn't able to find yet an IDE that supports related files the way Dreamweaver CS6 (and previous versions) do.

 

If there is no way with Dreamweaver CC, anyone knows an IDE that when I open a file, it will also open all related files, including cfm, cfc, js, css?

 

Thank you in advance!

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Correct answer by Nancy_OShea | Adobe Community Professional

If you need older versions of DW to support ColdFusion files, DO NOT upgrade to Catalina. Or keep  an older compatible OS on a virtual machine or 2nd computer to support older software. 

 

Based on what I'm reading in other product forums, Catalina is a mixed bag at best and a catastrophe at worst. 

 

 

 

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If you need older versions of DW to support ColdFusion files, DO NOT upgrade to Catalina. Or keep  an older compatible OS on a virtual machine or 2nd computer to support older software. 

 

Based on what I'm reading in other product forums, Catalina is a mixed bag at best and a catastrophe at worst. 

 

 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Thank you Nancy, I appreciate your answer.

For the moment I have no choice. I'll stay away from Catalina.

I'll also wait to see if someone has a recommendation about other IDEs with this functionality.

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