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    I keep getting runtime errors on the forum. Doesn't seem to happen elsewhere on the web. I'm running IE 6 and XP. Any ideas??
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    Whats happened to all the Geeks????
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    Still here. Just missed the post first time around. It's better now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunt
    Still here. Just missed the post first time around. It's better now.
    Thanks mate, I was getting worried there for awhile...

    Took me about 10 mins to post this, pressing the "No" to debug about seventy times. . Maybe I'll press the Yes button next time.....

    Cheers
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    If the board is running slow or your ISP network is clogged, then sometimes some of the bits on the page don't get downloaded to your machine properly. If it does again, try pressing the refresh button. Don't press Yes to debug unless you are into JavaScript programming. Another thing you can do is to turn off the notifications of errors. On the IE menu, select Tools/Internet Options and then press the 'Advanced Tab'. Check 'Disable Script Debugging' and Un-check 'Disable a notifaction of every script error'. This will stop you from getting error messages pop up like this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunt
    If the board is running slow or your ISP network is clogged, then sometimes some of the bits on the page don't get downloaded to your machine properly. If it does again, try pressing the refresh button. Don't press Yes to debug unless you are into JavaScript programming. Another thing you can do is to turn off the notifications of errors. On the IE menu, select Tools/Internet Options and then press the 'Advanced Tab'. Check 'Disable Script Debugging' and Un-check 'Disable a notifaction of every script error'. This will stop you from getting error messages pop up like this.


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    Thanks Grunt, I'll give it a whirl, jus for anybody else lurking I think Grunt met "Uncheck, Display a notification not Disable, then again it could just be the Gremmlins again.

    Thanks again
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    Quite right, well pasted my bed time. I think I'll have to brush my toffy-pegs, put me jim-jams on and go sleepy-bobos.



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