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Java Issues With Ie 6


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#1 pjwalker911

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Posted 03 July 2006 - 04:07 AM

Java Issues with IE 6: (on Win98)

1. When I go to Google Videos, usually, I can stream a video there, but after watching one, then attempting to watch another, I get an "error on page" at the bottom of the browser.



I enabled Java error messages, so the one I get here is:

Line: 946
Char: 41
Error: Unterminated String Constant
Code: 0

Click okay and get another one:


Error: 'onWindowResize' undefined

Then click okay and get a third message:


Error: Object expected




2. When I attempt to post on my WordPress blog rich text Dashboard, I get similar problems but more to do with:


Error: 'realtinyMCE' undefined


Is there something I need to enable or disable in IE?

Is there some way to run a diagnostic test to determine the cause?


Hope someone can tell me how to resolve this issue

Thanks!


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Posted 03 July 2006 - 05:07 AM

There is a difference between java & javascript.

Try the settings in the picture--

http://i5.tinypic.com/16j2g4z.jpg

Ignore the tiny yellow triangle in the status bar.
It just means whoever wrote the code for the page made an error writing it.

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Posted 03 July 2006 - 11:57 PM

Thanks, but I have IE 6.0.2800.1106IS and the choices are slightly different. I don't have:

"Disable Script Debugging (Other)"


And the only thing about the yellow triangle is that every time it appears I have a problem accessing the site contents on Google Video and my blog. The main thing I am trying to do it access my WordPress Dashboard editor and when I get the "error on page" with the yellow triangle, I can't post to my blog. Just started recently and have no idea why. If you have any more suggestions I would appreciate it.




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