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- 06/04/13--05:59: _Does Internet Explo...
- 06/05/13--08:24: _Saving responsive w...
- 06/04/13--18:44: _Internet Explorer N...
- 08/18/11--08:02: _Trusted sites disap...
- 06/05/13--05:42: _How can I make IE10...
- 06/05/13--12:51: _Blank page when pri...
- 06/05/13--16:33: _IE10 swipe back iss...
- 06/05/13--01:07: _Problem Using IE 10
- 06/05/13--13:02: _Internet Explorer 1...
- 06/03/13--19:30: _Looking for A Searc...
- 06/06/13--00:52: _IE10 and Cross-orig...
- 06/03/13--14:11: _IEAK 9 and Editing ...
- 05/29/13--18:15: _Printing in Interne...
- 06/05/13--06:25: _Unable to use Share...
- 06/04/13--23:58: _my webcam upside down
- 06/05/13--19:10: _file contains a vir...
- 06/05/13--14:46: _FTPS / SFTP / HTTPS...
- 06/06/13--01:40: _IE 10 keeps crashin...
- 06/06/13--06:45: _No microsoft.com se...
- 06/06/13--02:55: _Is it possible to k...
- 06/04/13--18:44: Internet Explorer Not There
- 08/18/11--08:02: Trusted sites disappear after adding
- 06/05/13--12:51: Blank page when printing from IE9
- 06/05/13--16:33: IE10 swipe back issue (Surface UI)
- 06/05/13--01:07: Problem Using IE 10
- 06/05/13--13:02: Internet Explorer 10 not working
- 06/03/13--19:30: Looking for A Search Box Add On for IE9/10 That Is Just A Search Box
- 06/06/13--00:52: IE10 and Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) issues
- 06/03/13--14:11: IEAK 9 and Editing the Build
- 05/29/13--18:15: Printing in Internet Explorer Script Error
- 06/04/13--23:58: my webcam upside down
- 06/05/13--19:10: file contains a virus and deletes it immediately
- 06/05/13--14:46: FTPS / SFTP / HTTPS file transfer via ie7 or later
- 06/06/13--01:40: IE 10 keeps crashing on win7 pro
- 06/06/13--02:55: Is it possible to keep both IE9 and IE10 installed?
We are working on a localizing some PPTX files into Arabic and publishing them using Adobe Presenter (SCORM output).
After publishing in Adobe Presenter, we tried to view the course using Internet Explorer, we found that some strings on the course's right panel appear as junk characters.
Viewing the same course using another browser (Google Chrome), completely shows all strings.
Is there any fix that can be done to ensure all Arabic strings are properly shown?
Like the title says - when I save a responsive web page in internet explorer as a mht file - the responsiveness is gone. Behavior is the same in both IE9 and IE10. I did find a Firefox plug in that seems to work for this functionality - but I don't want to roll out Firefox to my entire office - which requires this functionality. Is there any love for saving responsive pages in IE?
I'm using Windows 8, the internet explorer cannot be searched, when I type INTERNET EXPLORER in search box, it could not find it. It can be seen in the program defaults in control panel, I can open it through clicking the icon in "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer". Why is it?
IE 7 and IE 8
You can add URL's to Trusted sites - but after accepting, when opening the list again the new site is gone !
The problem appear to be there only AFTER one of our GPO's setting these trusted sites via a .reg file, has run.
The GPO is calling a .cmd file executing the .reg file
We don't use setting trusted sites via the policy "site to zone assignment list", because this totally blocked (dimmed out) the buttons for adding trusted sites i IE.
This Microsoft KB describes the same problem: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307907 But we don't use IEAK.
Any ideas ?
How can I make IE10 to load video in same window but not to load WMP (to be like Mozilla and Chrome)
the user gets a blank page when printing or viewing print preview in IE 9. I found KB973479. When I ran IE as an administrator the page printed correctly. Where are the print permissions changed? She can print from any app and she can print from Chrome. Only IE9 prints a blank page.
Win 7 Pro x64 running as a Virtual Desktop. Her profile folders are redirected to a network share. All updates have been applied.
When using swipe back feature to go back to the last webpage, the address bar will display the last page as if its about load, it then just reloads the current page I'm on. Cant figure out why sometimes it works without an issue and other times I have to swipe back 2 to 3 times quickly in order to load the last page.
-running Windows8 on an acer iconia w700
When I try to sing in for some sites like "yahoo" or other sites that they need logging in,the button "Log In" doesn't work.
When I try to open Internet Explorer 10 I get a message that Internet Explorer has stopped working. I have turned off IE10 and then turned it back on but that doesn't work. Is there anything else I can do besides restoring my computer? I
do have internet access.
Windows 7 Ultimate x64
I have held onto IE8 as long as possible because of the missing search box in IE9/10. I would have to turn of searching from the address bar because of the hugh security hole it opens.
However, some of the web sites I frequent state that they do not support IE8. (They also say to turn off compatibilty view if using IE9/10.)
Is there an add on that just provides a search box? The ones that I have looked at seem to add too many things and some mess with the way the rest of IE works. I just want the features of the IE8 search box and no more.
I was under the impression that Internet Explorer 10 supported CORS, but now I'm not sure.
We have a JS/HTML5 App that uses multiple domains, and reads image data. For this to work we have had to set response headers on the server that's serving the images:
This is working fine for all new browsers, apart from IE10 which is throwing security errors when we try to read the data.
I've tried various tweaks, including setting the
= "Anonymous"; property, but just can't get it to work.
Is there something more that needs to be done for IE10 to treat these cross domain images as not tainting?
PS. Interestingly my IE10 will not run this script: test-cors.org , although this is generating a syntax error, not a security error.
When constructing the build like previous, we have a directory path that is built in the beginning. On all other platforms, when a change is needed to be made to the build, we would point to that location in the IEAK tool and the build settings would
appear. Is there an issues with IEAK9 and the build settings saving, or is editing a build different?
Please advise. And yes we have to have IE9 cause IE10 is not supported by many of our applications yet :) Thanks in advance.
We have had this issue for a few months now since moving to Windows 7 and Internet Explorer where when you try to print it comes up with a script error to do with res://ieframe.dll/preview.js (Error: An error has occurred in the script on this page. Line 2072. Char 1. The system cannot find the file specified)
Found Issue is NOT to do with the printer as doesn't matter what Printer I select even Cute PDF writer it does it!
Its NOT a certain version of IE as same thing happens from IE8 to IE10
We have followed http://support.microsoft.com/kb/973479 and still no Luck
Tried clearing Temp Files, Disabling or Enabling Protected Mode, Update Printer Drivers or Display Drivers and still same problem.
Issue applies to Local Administrator account and is not a network issue.
Also found in one case had uninstalled some windows updates and fixed it but that only happened once?
Any ideas? or Solutions out there?
I am unable to use SharePoint or Dynamics CRM on my PC using IE 9 and IE 10. I am a SharePoint Administrator and for the past month I haven't been able to use IE to carry out SharePoint Tasks.
Please can you help with this issue?
why my webcam is upside down (Asus k52f laptop win7 32 bit )?
I'm using Internet Explorer 10, and since the upgrade most files I download from a website seem to be flagged as a virus and IE 10 deletes it immediately. this does not happen on Mozilla Firefox. any suggestions?
We're trying to make an agnostic transfer site that does not require the outside user to have a client of any kind. We would like it to work via browser, IE preferably, since that is the most widely proliferated browser. Both Chrome and Firefox have add-ons, but we're trying to avoid that.
Does anyone know of native support for sftp? We have sites up right now that run that on linux. There is also the ftps solution that is native to iis/ftp.
But is there a way of setting up a secure directory in iis7 (7.5?) that would allow someone to browse and transfer a file using https. This would interdict people from seeing the contents of the directory, but could still place files there.
Does anyone have the same problem or a possible solution?
Win7 Pro Sp1 64bit system
below is app log of crash:
Faulting application name: IEXPLORE.EXE, version: 10.0.9200.16576, time stamp: 0x515e30fe
Faulting module name: d3d9.dll, version: 6.1.7601.17514, time stamp: 0x4ce7b7b3
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x00118820
Faulting process id: 0x1598
Faulting application start time: 0x01ce62895f547d5a
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\system32\d3d9.dll
Report Id: 1c6bdd2f-ce7d-11e2-a581-0050b64cb480
I have a problem with a fresh set up Windows 2003 R2 EE server. All tested internet sites, including some with ssl support, are working fine and load normally. With typing "www.microsoft.com" in the address line the following error occurs:
"Address is not valid" and the address changes to "http:///". No online updates are possible. The error occurs with Internet Explorer, however Mozilla can't load www.microsoft.com neither. From command line an "nslookup www.microsoft.com"
fails, but other addresses resolve normally and as expected. I've yet tried lowering the standard security level, checked trusted sites, cleared dns cache and browsed many sites/forums for possible solutions. Nothing helped so far. IE version is 8.0.6001.18702;
128bit SSL key strength.
Any ideas please?
Due to multiple project with different requirements how can I keep both IE9 and IE10 installed at the same time? IS this possible?
To make it more complex - I am running Windows 7, 64 bits. One client require IE9 32 bits only - the second only IE64. Virtual Machines is sadly not a solution since this is the requirement for the host.