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15036Re: [NTB] Locking up trying to view in browser

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  • Victor Chandler
    May 31, 2003
      Sorry, I am running WindowsXP, but will looksee if this file even exists. Thanks Jody


      Jody <av1611@...> wrote:
      Hi Victor and Larry,

      If you are running in Windows ME, please read Browsers.dat found
      in Help under the Index tab. In short, set UseDDE to equal a
      zero: UseDDE=0 in the Browsers.dat file. It is found in
      NoteTab's main folder under the [ie] section and possibly play
      with it for other browsers like [Mozilla] I think most of them
      use DDE..

      >Hi Larry, yes, mine is about the same as yours, although the exe
      >file name is the same. The path is correct. I have been using
      >Notetab for well over two years, but upgraded etc. Not sure what
      >the problem is. I know that when I put in a crazy executable in
      >the blank, then run the program and select that option, it runs
      >the program just fine. I think I have a problem with MS, but am
      >still looking for the answer.
      >Thanks for your recommendation,
      >Larry Thomas <larryt@...> wrote:
      >Hi Victor,
      >At 05:45 PM 5/30/03 -0000, you wrote:
      >> I upgraded to the latest version of NoteTabPro, and have ended
      >> up with a version that doesn't seem to want to run my browser
      >> when editing Html files. I configured my tool bar to include
      >> both "View in Browser" and "View in other browser" but each
      >> time I call up NoteTabPro, open or begin editing an Html file,
      >> then viewing in browser, using one of the buttons, or from the
      >> menu, NoteTabPro locks up.
      >I may not be able to help but go to the Options panel and look at the
      >Internet Tab. Mine shows:
      >Main Browser
      >Other Browser
      >C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\Iexplore.exe

      Happy Tab'n,
      Jody Adair

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