The Adobe GoLive 4.0.1 Update fixes several problems that occur with GoLive 4.0. GoLive 4.0.1 delivers improved overall stability and usability, but does not change the functionality and feature-set of GoLive 4.0.
GoLive 4.0.1 offers the following improvements:
- It fixes problems with background images in floating boxes (which might have caused Adobe GoLive to crash after switching to another application).
- It eliminates known printing problems in Windows, such as crashing on startup (Scl.dll error), which was caused by problems initializing the printer.
- Palettes no longer dock by default. You can dock any palette at any time by either double-clicking the title bar or by Ctrl-dragging the palette.
- When you move your site to a different folder, and then open or edit pages using components, items placed in those components maintain their IDs.
- When connected to FTP servers, Adobe GoLive 4.0.1 doesn't send the MDTM (modification date & time) command, which prevents problems with servers that don't support this command. Note that this might reduce accuracy in synchronizing file dates between your local site and the site on the FTP server.
- The Wipe Transition action works properly in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.
- The default setting in the Color picker palette is RGB (rather than %), which is the Photoshop- and Illustrator-compliant color representation.
- Minimizing or maximizing the GoLive application window is more robust and no longer causes problems.
- Palettes don't disappear when you change monitor resolution.
Please refer to the Readme file installed with the GoLive 4.0.1 update for more detailed information on the fixes in the update.
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Adobe GoLive 4.0 for Windows 98 or Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 3 or later (French versions only)
After downloading a ".exe" file in Windows, double-click on the ".exe" file to access the file's contents.
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GoLive 4.0.1 updates all existing folders except for the Modules folder. In this case, it makes a backup copy of the Modules folder. See Additional Notes for details.
To update Adobe GoLive 4.0 to version 4.0.1:
1. Double-click the Glupdatefre.exe.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
3. If you created any files in the Modules folder, such as a custom dictionary, custom objects, custom actions, third-party actions, or Web Database modfcations, see Additional Notes for instructions on completing the installation.
After updating to GoLive 4.0.1, you will need to copy any custom files from the "Backup of 4.0 Modules" folder into the new "Modules" folder. This includes the following:
- Any custom files from the Backup of 4.0 Modules folder.
- The Personal.DIC file into the Modules:Dictionaries folder, if you added any words to the dictionary.
- The Adobe GoLive Palette file. This is the file representing the Custom tab of the Palette. This file will exist only if you've stored objects in the Custom tab.
- Any custom or third-party Actions into the Modules:Jscripts:Actions folder. This includes the Actions Plus 1.0 folder if you installed it.
- Copy files from the Web Database folder-if you made modifications to the Web Database.
- Files from the Text Macros folder-if you made any changes.
- The Daily Image URL action in the Actions Plus 1.0 folder has been updated. Copy the Daily Image URL action from the Actions Plus Update 1.0.1 folder into the Actions Plus 1.0 folder. This will replace the old version of the Daily Image URL action.
We recommend saving the Backup of 4.0 Modules folder to make sure that you can restore personal files or data as described above.
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