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I don't see it in Nestscape or IE, but the client says they are getting one and then their browser closes.
Thanks so mcu for any help.
(edited by: tedster at 11:02 pm (utc) on Mar. 6, 2002)
Are they on a Mac? IE4 is very buggy on the Mac....
"I am using ie6.0.2600. It is caused by jscript 5.5. Here is the link to the
I am perplexed as to why her version of IE 6 is having this problem? Can anyone help me to understand this?
As for a workaround to the problem... it gets complex. You could use detect for IE6 and use VB Script to do what you want - but that gets very messy.
I'd put an alert up for all people using IE6 and tell them to get a properly functioning browser!
Sorry I couldn't be of more help....
This is a little freaky, I have to say - uses JScript. I was reading something being able to execute system calls through JScript during the week - I'll try to dig it up and post the link here.
I just ran into the same thing on one of the Intranet's that I design and support for my day job company. I had one user complain that I.E. was giving him a JS error. I checked the page with NN 4.X, I.E. 5.5. and also I.E. 6. It turns out he had version 6.0.2600.0000 xpclient.010817-1148. It was correct though. I had removed a call in the head to an external JS popup script. I had cleaned all hyperlinks but one for the onclick ref.. Blew my mind that NN 4.X did not scream.