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Internet Explorer Script Error

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I don't like complaining about this fantastic website BUT
I am getting the following message frequently.
[/size]"Internet Explorer Script Error"
An error has occured
Line 64
Char 207
Error: Object doesn't support this property or method.
Code 0
URl Http/Myspanish.com/Forum/viwthread 8649
"Do you want to continue'"[size=1]

It does not seem to affect the site but is annoying.

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updated AGO 3, 2010
posted by ian-hill

4 Answers

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Ian, the script error could be your Firewall settings being set too high. Are you using Norton Firewall or Windows or another brand entirely'.
I suggest reducing the firewall settings on your friends computer first, see how things go and if their computer does not explode, reduce the firewall settings on your computer with confidence.....''looks around innocently'' jaja.

Your right this site is very good.

updated AGO 3, 2010
posted by Mark-Baker
Some friend! - LateToDinner, AGO 3, 2010
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I just tried the address myself and it works fine for me.

http://www.spanishdict.com/answers/show/8649/

The address refers to your last thread....Aprender ingles 1.6

I hope this information helps because it looks like your settings are set too high.

updated ABR 20, 2009
posted by Mark-Baker
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I don't like complaining about this fantastic website BUT

I am getting the following message frequently.

[size=3][/size]"Internet Explorer Script Error"

Have you considered using Firefox? It is easy to set up and it is free.

Switching browsers is a workaround, but not a solution to the problem.
I'd try closing the browser and returning. It appears the browser thought a thread was asking it to do something that you have it configured not to do or is unsupported by your version of IE. Just reload and run the script again (try to access the thread) and see if you get the same error.
The servers here seem to be hiccuping (blinking') a lot.

updated ABR 19, 2009
posted by 0074b507
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I don't like complaining about this fantastic website BUT

I am getting the following message frequently.

[size=3][/size]"Internet Explorer Script Error"

Have you considered using Firefox? It is easy to set up and it is free.

updated ABR 19, 2009
posted by Zoltán
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