Problems with SP2


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Jeff Ding

There are some HTML files with javascript on the local
computers of users on our network. When the user tries to
open/run the file, the security program blocks it and then
prompts the user "Allowing active content such as script
and ActiveX controls can be useful, but active content
might also harm your computer." When you click YES, the
program then works, but only for that session. I have
tried disabling every kind of security and I cannot get
the browser to remember that I always want this to be
allowed. How can I get around this?

Also there appears to be a problem with the popup
blocker. When the popup blocker blocks a popup that you
do want to see, it forces the browser to refresh. The
refreshing is undesirable and causing issues.

Thanks.
 
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T

Tony Hill

I'm looking too. Please let me know if you find a way as
I will. All my carefully constructed Dreamweaver roll
over buttons now fail without the double click
requirement every session. Users will simply give up on
that. This is tantamount to MS saying javascript is
dangerous by default (clearly not)
Tony
 
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Guest

Tony Hill said:
I'm looking too. Please let me know if you find a way as
I will. All my carefully constructed Dreamweaver roll
over buttons now fail without the double click
requirement every session. Users will simply give up on
that. This is tantamount to MS saying javascript is
dangerous by default (clearly not)
Tony
 
G

Guest

Tony Hill said:
I'm looking too. Please let me know if you find a way as
I will. All my carefully constructed Dreamweaver roll
over buttons now fail without the double click
requirement every session. Users will simply give up on
that. This is tantamount to MS saying javascript is
dangerous by default (clearly not)
Tony
 
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Guest

I have several companies I pay my bill on line with. One of them is
Southeast Toyota and it is the only one I can't get access to to manage my
account. The home page comes up, but the manage my account page states: \

It appears your browser does not support JavaScript or has it disabled. I
have checked my Security tabe to make sure "Enable is selected for Active
Scripting" It does not work. What else do I have to do to enable Toyota to
come up so that I can manage my account.
 
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