5594Re: [NTO] Sorry to have sent the original to HTML BUT
- Jul 3 1:20 PMJody,
Meant to get back to your sooner. I followed your suggestion and deleted the browsers.dat file and rebooted this ole thing and she works good now. And that was great for I was working on some Web Sites and need to check what I was doing before I FTPed it up to the hosting site. I will probably have some more fun? soon as I plan to try once again to get FireFox to be the second browser. Since it is a much later edition now perhaps it may.
Thanks again for your good support.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 7:47 AM
Subject: Re: [NTO] Sorry to have sent the original to HTML BUT
>Glad I did. At least I got a reply. And did not have the address
>which I lost and I lost all of them but the HTML list. Still
>think It belonged there as it happens while writing html.
The HTML list was fine to post on; I only suggested this list for
the adware/spyware tools. Thanks for running them. So, that does
not appear to be the problem. I think in it best on this list too
because of troubleshooting if we can do any. It keeps the other
lists for more of what they are intended for.
There's quite a few threads on the browser lockup problem on
various lists. You might search for browser lockups or browser
Is it IE that you are using? You might try another browser for
now. I think a work-around might be to configure it in View |
Options | Custom Launch. The path would look something like the
following with the extra code at the end:
D:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe ^**
If you are using the default it would be:
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe ^**
You use the Launch Document tool that you can put on the Toolbar
and/or the Shortcut menu both found in Options under those tabs
to view in browser. The icon is like a white paper with a
lightening bolt in it. It is also found under the Tools menu
(Ctrl+T), but you have to have it on the Toolbar in order to use
Ctrl+T, the keyboard shortcut.
Can you send me your "appcompat.txt" found in your documents and
settings\temp folder please. Oh, go to Windows Explorer (or My
Computer) and right click over NotePro.ini and choose Properties.
Click on the Compatibility tab and see how it is configured. If
you are in XP, it should not be checked. If you are in XP and the
box is not checked, try checking the box and run as Win2000 just
to see what happens. There are a small amount of you with the
problem, so I guess it is going to be in some configuration or
Windows OS, or a common file(s) loaded on your computers. Perhaps
even some common hardware like a video card.
Also, if the following file is not very big and text based, could
you send it. Try opening it in NoteTab first and see if you get
binary warnings. If so, don't bother sending it.
>Thanks for the reply. It happens only as I write HTML that is why
>I thought that I had used the HTML list. I really did not know
>which one to use on this issue. I did not think that I sent it on
>the basic list. It may have been the only list that I had
>available at the time. (Of course that is all I use NoteTab for
>any way :-).HTML that is. ) It could have been a basic issue in
>my mind when I sent it so if I sent it on the basic list that may
>be why. Is there an archive of messages somewhere?
>I have two ad ware removal programs that I run daily as well as
>an antivirus program. (Spybot and Lavasoft-both updated daily and
>inspite of rumors they both co-exist peacefully on my machine)
>I am supposed to be signed up for all the list. I just changed
>ISP's and reset it to come in on my yahoo address, then changed
>it again to come into my new address that this mail uses.
>----- Original Message -----
>Sent: Friday, July 02, 2004 11:41 AM
>Subject: Re: [NH] Browser Locks up computer
>The lockup problem seemed to have been fixed awhile back and has
>started again on some isolated machines. I don't know what has
>happened to cause it, but I think it is external to NoteTab. You
>can go through the basics though of configuring the browser(s)
>under the Internet tab in Options. If your browsers.dat file
>found in NoteTab's main folder is not the default, you might want
>to delete it and see what happens after you restart NoteTab. If
>you install NoteTab again to the same location the file will be
>There's been some nasty adware/spyware going around that is
>picked up at certain web sites. You might try getting some of the
>adware removal tools and run that to see if it fixes the problem.
>I don't want to cause a lot of posts about what adware removal
>tools to get, but you might search for "lavasoft" and get theirs
>to try. Check out the NoteTab Off Topic list for more information
>and links for that sort of software. You might try using two of
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