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Lost Dreamweaver CS6 FTP info after Catalina macOS 10.15.4 update, can I retrieve from Time Machine

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Apr 15, 2020

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I just changed my macOS to 10.15.4 Catalina. In doing so, all my Adobe CS6 apps ceased working. So, I decided to bite the bullet and subscribe to Creative Cloud, which includes Dreamweaver 2020.

 

I had been using Dreamweaver CS6 for years and it had the FTP info for dozens of sites I have worked on and that information no longer seems to be available in Dreamweaver 2020.

 

I have a Time Machine backup of my computer from before Catalina. Is there a way for me to look through the Time Machine backup and find the file that is holding my FTP info for all these sites? Or is there another way I can retrieve this lost information?

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Lost Dreamweaver CS6 FTP info after Catalina macOS 10.15.4 update, can I retrieve from Time Machine

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I just changed my macOS to 10.15.4 Catalina. In doing so, all my Adobe CS6 apps ceased working. So, I decided to bite the bullet and subscribe to Creative Cloud, which includes Dreamweaver 2020.

 

I had been using Dreamweaver CS6 for years and it had the FTP info for dozens of sites I have worked on and that information no longer seems to be available in Dreamweaver 2020.

 

I have a Time Machine backup of my computer from before Catalina. Is there a way for me to look through the Time Machine backup and find the file that is holding my FTP info for all these sites? Or is there another way I can retrieve this lost information?

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If you previously exported your site definition settings and saved them in a safe place, you can import the STE files into DW CC. See link below for details.  I strongly urge you to export STE files whenever you create a new site def.

https://helpx.adobe.com/dreamweaver/using/import-export-dreamweaver-site-settings.html

 

In the absence of any STE files, you can check in the following file path. 

<username>/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/12/Sites/Site Prefs

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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