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Need some help with stupid JS script errors that always popup!

Discussion in 'General Scripting Chat' started by Money Man, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    Hello everyone,

    I desperately need some help with those stupid IE JavaScript errors that popup from time to time on any given website.

    Here is an example of what I am talking about...
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    http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/9568/jserror.jpg
    My goal is to make them stop popping-up. I am using IE8 on Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition SP2, but I have also tested on Windows XP Pro SP3 and have gotten the same results. Yes, I am using IE for a reason, so please don't tell me to just use another browser such as Firefox because that is what I normally use regardless. :)

    I have searched Google and came up with a few suggestions, however none have worked. The main suggestions I found all over Google were changing the Advanced Settings under Tools... > Options.

    Here is an example of what I am talking about...
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    http://img401.imageshack.us/img401/4852/iesettings.jpg
    I found on Google that if you Disable script debugging both for IE and "other" and then of course do not check "Display a notification about every script error" that it would take care of the problem.

    Well, as you can see in the above second image, that is exactly what I did, and needless to say it did not work.

    If anyone has any experience with this, knows how to take care of what I am talking about successfully, or can just get it working on my end period...not only would I greatly appreciate it, but I would be willing to send you a bit of money. This has been bugging the hell out of me!

    Thanks everyone!
     
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    Nevermind, I fixed the issue! The error did not exist within IE; rather within the WebBrowser Control in VB6.

    The fix was simple...
    Code:
    WebBrowser1.Silent = True