On Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows XP, and Mac OS X platforms, users have their own copies of configuration files. Whenever Dreamweaver writes to a configuration file, Dreamweaver writes it to the user’s Configuration folder. Similarly, when Dreamweaver reads a configuration file, Dreamweaver searches for it first in the user’s Configuration folder and then in the Dreamweaver Configuration folder. DWfile functions use the same mechanism. In other words, if your extension reads or writes a file in the Dreamweaver Configuration folder, your extension also accesses the user’s Configuration folder. For more information about configuration folders on multiuser platforms, see Extending Dreamweaver.

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