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Jul 13, 2019

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After opening a new html file archive, I have to open a new CSS file,
but DW will run two new CSS files, and when I try to preview it halfway,
things can't run out and I ran out of
「Dreamweaver. Has been modified externally, do you want to archive.」
such a pop-up window, please help, thank you!

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No screen display on css operation

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After opening a new html file archive, I have to open a new CSS file,
but DW will run two new CSS files, and when I try to preview it halfway,
things can't run out and I ran out of
「Dreamweaver. Has been modified externally, do you want to archive.」
such a pop-up window, please help, thank you!

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The message says:

The file has been modified outside of Dreamweaver. Do you want to reload it?

I have never come across this problem before, except when a file has been modified outside Dreamweaver. However, whenever you get unexplained error messages in Dreamweaver, the cause is frequently a corrupted file cache. Follow Deleting a corrupted cache file

If that doesn't do the trick, the next thing to try is renaming the Configuration folder where the file cache is located. Call it Configuration_old. When you restart Dreamweaver, it should generate a new Configuration folder with all the default settings.

If that doesn't work... Sorry, I'm out of ideas. Time to contact Adobe technical support.


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Hello Ben:
Thank you for taking the time to reply, I will try again.
At present, the preview on DW can be seen, but the preview of the web page is still not working.
I will try the way you provide, and if you still can't, I will seek technical support from Adobe.
Thank you very much, I wish you a wonderful day!

(I am not from the English-speaking countries,

I am using google translation to respond to you,

if there is something wrong with the rhetoric, please forgive me, thank you!)

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You mention "archive" in your original post. Are you trying to use DW to read pages out of a .zip archive?

If so, external sources to your html pages, like .css files, wont work correctly. You will need to first extract all files from your .zip archive, then create a new Site Definiton within DW to get those pages to work together.

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