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    Error accessing HS online manuals

    I am getting an error when trying to access the HS online manuals at Homeseer.com. The error I am getting is:
    "Java Script Error
    Description: Object Required
    Source: http://Homeseer.com
    Line: 2"

    This happens for all online manuals.....any help?

    #2
    Jeff,

    I guess you have XP SP2 installed.
    It did the same thing to me but you need to temporarily allow pop-up in the little yellow band and old the ctrl key then click the link.

    Thanks to Microsoft for this

    Regards,
    Christian

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      #3
      Jeff,
      Is this on a newly rebuilt machine? I can not access any of the online help files using Suns java virtual machine which is the only one available now. If I install Microsofts Virtual Machine it works just fine.
      -Rupp
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        #4
        Christian, thanks for the tip. I have tried and it doesn't seem to work. When I hit Cntl and "click" it flashes and then disappears.

        Greg, it's my main machine which is a couple of years old. I am running SP2, and the Sun Java (which is needed for my camera work).

        I can download the manuals and see them online, so not a disaster.

        Thanks

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          #5
          Jeff. When you click on that bar. You need to select something like allow popups from this site(or something like that). Then refresh the page.

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            #6
            I just tried it and it works fine this way. Before allowing, I received the same err msg as you.

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              #7
              I think I tried that and it didn't change anything. I don't get the pop-up message anymore when accessing the site. How do I get this message again to try again?

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                #8
                You're not getting the yellow warning band below the IE's address window anymore?

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                  #9
                  no, I am sure that I said allow temporarily, but I dont' get the warning anymore. Maybe it needs a reboot before it will show again.

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