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Dreamweaver Display Went Wierd

Posted on 2008-10-05
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Using DW8 on the Mac, last week the display went wierd.  i am not getting some images and the page layout is all wrong.  It seems to be ignoring the stylesheet.  I have not changed anything on the page.  It works fine on the Windows version of DW8.  It also displays fine on browsers online.  The only problem is that Mac version DW8 suddenly does not know how to display my pages.
I am running OSX 10.4.11 and I upgraded recently, perhaps about the time this happened.
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Try:

View->Style Rendering->Display Styles
View->Style Rendering->Screen Media Type

make sure both are checked
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Thank you Hube02.  That did it.  Things look right again. Thank you for the prompt and accurate reply.
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