Just dragging them out is enough to remove them from new documents, but Freeway also caches Actions within the documents where you use them. So if you added the Protaculous Action to a document, then uninstalled Protaculous, that Action would be available within any document where you had already used it on one or more pages, and while that document was open in Freeway, it would also be available within other new documents you created. In order to truly remove that Action from a document where you have already used it, you need to locate all instances of the Action on any and all pages, remove it from use there, and then publish once to clear the document’s Action cache.
On Nov 11, 2013, at 2:21 PM, Robert B wrote:
I’ve upgraded to FWP 6. When I installed it, it took all my Actions from FWP5 and put them in the Actions folder of v6.
I know quite a bit of them don’t work or need upgrades for 6, so I would like to remove them and add back the updated ones and add others as needed.
Can I just drag them out of the Actions folder on the desktop or do they need to be uninstalled?
The former. You can crack open the application bundle and navigate to them. Control-click on the Freeway Pro icon, choose Show Package Contents from the contextual menu, and you will be inside the application bundle (a special folder that looks to the outside world like a single file). Contents/SharedSupport/Actions, then Control-click on Standard.fwactionb to open that bundle (it’s kinda like Inception in there). Actions are just plain text files once you dig all the way down to the innards.
On Nov 11, 2013, at 3:37 PM, Robert B wrote:
Are the Actions that come with Freeway just embedded in Freeway or are they also in the Actions folder?