Adobe Crash Reporter is a feature in Adobe products that allows you to report crash data to Adobe. When a crash occurs, and you choose the option to show this dialog again, the next time a crash occurs, the same prompt displays.

If you choose one of the following options, you are not prompted if a crash occurs again:

-- Don't show this dialog again and always send crashes to Adobe.

-- Don't show this dialog box again and never send crashes to Adobe.

After you've chosen Always or Never choice, it may not be apparent how to reverse the choice.

To reset the Crash Reporter in MacOS, open the Crash Reporter application and change your preference:

  1. Locate your application's folder under the Applications folder, such as Applications/Adobe Dreamweaver CS4.
  2. Control+click on the application file, such as the Adobe Dreamweaver CS4.app file (depending on how your operating system preferences are set, you may not see the .app extension).
  3. Choose Show Package Contents.
  4. Select Contents > Frameworks > AdobeCrashReporter.framework.
  5. Double-click the Required alias.

  6. Double-click on AdobeCrashReporter.app.
  7. Choose one of the options:  
  • Always show this dialog.
  • Don't show this dialog again and always send crashes to Adobe.
  • Don't show this dialog again and never send crashes to Adobe.

To reset the Crash Reporter in Windows, open the Crash Reporter application, and change your preference:

  1. Locate your application's folder under the Program Files/Adobe folder, such as Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Dreamweaver CS4/.
  2. Open the Support Files/Contents/Windows folder.
  3. Double-click on the CrashReporterApp.exe file (depending on how your operating system preferences are set, you may not see the .exe extension).
  4. Choose one of the options:
  •  Always show this dialog.
  • Don't show this dialog again and always send crashes to Adobe.
  • Don't show this dialog again and never send crashes to Adobe.

 

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