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Default Related files and PHP - 04-01-2009 , 02:09 AM






Hey I have run into a very annoying bug in the new related files feature. By
the way this is a great feature. But as far as I can tell dreamweaver can't
seem to see a related file that is linked through a related file. such as a
style sheet that is linked in the header of my document that is a php include.
is there a way around this such as maybe a manually add related files button.
If its not there now how can I suggest that they add it?




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Default Re: Related files and PHP - 04-01-2009 , 06:26 AM






There would be no way to do that as far as I know. If DW did that then
opening a single file could show you every file in the site in the related
files toolbar, no?

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"treyappelgate" <webforumsuser (AT) macromedia (DOT) com> wrote

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Hey I have run into a very annoying bug in the new related files feature.
By
the way this is a great feature. But as far as I can tell dreamweaver
can't
seem to see a related file that is linked through a related file. such as
a
style sheet that is linked in the header of my document that is a php
include.
is there a way around this such as maybe a manually add related files
button.
If its not there now how can I suggest that they add it?



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