by MarkFlax - 12/23/11 10:50 AM
In Reply to: to: Robert by Clorey69
All browsers handle script errors in different ways. While all of them simply ignore errors and move on to the next bit of web page code, some will report errors and others will not. IE is one of those that reports errors.
You found the two check boxes in IE > Tools > Internet Options then the Advanced tab, and if you haven't already done so, I would recommend ticking both those boxes, then Apply/OK
To be clear, these are;
Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer), and
Disable script debugging (Other).
In your other post you mention Incredimail and ActiveX messages. As I said in my other post to you in the other discussion, I don't know Incredimail at all and I don't understand why it is mentioning ActiveX, because ActiveX is a uniquely Internet Explorer component, or so I thought.
But I suspect you need to review your ActiveX add-ons in Incredimail and see what they are and whether they are needed. If not, disable them.
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