Re: [NH] Change browser?
- 1/6/02 3:40:13 AM, Wayne VanWeerthuizen <waynevanw@...> wrote:
>MCMAIER wrote:Opera! Opera! Opera!
>>Are you suggesting that IE should NOT be the default browser?
>Only NetCaptor Pro deserves to be the default browser. But that's just
>>PS. From users of IE 6, I'd love to know pros and cons in the upgrade.The biggest issue with IE6, as far as I'm concerned, is its lack of support
Java and Netscape-style plugins like Quicktime. I mean, that's just nasty
on Microsoft's part. They couldn't kill Java outright, so they're just trying
to make it go away by denying its existence. Breaking literally millions
of Web pages in one fell swoop does *not* benefit consumers in any
way at all. You can download and install your own Java distro (though
Netscape-style plugins remain unsupported), but all reports indicate
that IE6 simply does not like Java. To me, this is reason enough to
stop at IE5.5. I will not install IE6.
- i do not intend to change a browser..
before having win me everything was fine..
i suspect a bug in win me.
is there a way to correct this through the command line, and how to
use it? should it be saved as a clip??
thank for ur help
- Hi zgasmi,
You might try starting NoteTab from the commandline using a
feature to tell NoteTab not to use DDE when launching files to
open in your browser.
An example is inserting the following in your Windows Start | Run
field. (You need to change the path if you installed NoteTab
"C:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro\NotePro.exe" /dde=false
By default, NoteTab uses DDE to communicate with the Internet
Explorer, Netscape, and Opera browsers. However, on some faulty
systems (notably Windows ME), DDE calls can cause a system crash.
To avoid such crashes, you can disable the DDE feature by using
the /DDE=False switch. If you want to re-enable DDE at a later
stage, use the /DDE=True switch. It is only necessary to use this
switch once as the setting is remembered across NoteTab sessions.
DDE is an acronym for Dynamic Data Exchange, an interprocess
communication system built into Windows. DDE enables two running
applications to share the same data. For example, DDE makes it
possible to load a new page in a browser from Album Express without
executing a second instance of the browser.
The switch is essentially for Windows ME users. Some ME systems have
a glitch that cause software to hang when a DDE communication is
>my question pertains to setting : dde falseHappy Clip'n!
>before having 'win me' everything was fine..
>now while trying to launching a browser ain from notetab, the program
>i suspect a bug in win me.
>is there a way to correct this through the command line, and how to
>use it? should it be saved as a clip??
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