Urgent Help Needed to Restore Rapidweaver Environment


(Peter Lidgett) #1

Unfortunately, I recently had to rebuild my Mac due to problems with the Mac OSX Sierra 12.4 patch that was recently released. To add to my problems (and I won’t go into the reasons!) I had a complete copy of my disk, but not in a format that I could restore to the machine (my Rapidweaver files for my business’s website were also stored elsewhere) so I have had to rebuild the machine from scratch and have re-installed Rapidweaver 7, however, my problem is that I need to now re-install all of the Stacks and plugins that I had acquired over time. Some I have copies of the installers and can re-install, but others I do not know which I had. When I load my Rapidweaver project up (built using the Foundation theme), I have lost all the formatting etc., where a stack is no longer installed.

Is there a file, directory or config file that I can find on my old disk copy that would provide me with a list of all the additional software I had installed under Rapidweaver or is there something within my Rapidweaver project files that would help? Any help on this would be much appreciated.


(Robert Ziebol 🖖🏼) #2

If you use the inspector on your live website, you should be able to get a list of most of the stacks. Depends on if the developer puts in the right code for you to see


(Peter Lidgett) #3

Thank you, it had totally slipped my mind that the stacks get listed in the HTML code. It’s going to take me a while to go through all the pages, but it should get me a pretty comprehensive list. Thanks for coming back so quickly on that.