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Welcome to the forum. Most of these IE script error messages can be safely ignored, but as you say are irritating. To inhibit the messages, you could, in IE on the affected machines, select Tools\Internet Options and select the Advanced Tab.
Under the heading Browing, uncheck the option "Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)".
This will prevent the irritating message displaying.
Hope this helps,
Thank you for your response. The problem started a couple of months ago and I think we tried what you suggested however it didn't stop this script error however I will double check with the users that are still getting the messages.
I'm getting this problem as well.
Has anyone found a solution yet?
My problem happens with most (but not all) of my help files when invoked from a C++ utility. The error does not happen if I just double-click the .chm file in it's directory.
The error message is :-
Internet Explorer Script Error
An error has occurred in the script on this page
Error: Object doesn't support this property or method
Do you want to continue running scripts ont his page? (Yes/No)
I tried unchecking the option "Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer)" as you suggest, but it had no effect.
I also tried unchecking the option "Disable script debugging (Other)".
This causes a different error :-
"A Runtime error has occurred.
Do you wish to Debug?
Error: Object doesn't support this property or method"
Any help will be much appreciated, thanks...........Martin
If you both are talking about .chm output, are you trying to run it from a network? The .chm file needs to be on the local PC. It became apparent when Miscrosoft started plugging security holes some time ago.
Thanks for your quick response, H.
No, I am not trying to run it from a network. (As it happens I came across the network problem some time ago, so I knopw all about it.)
The .chm files are on my PC.
I did some further investigations last night. I had thought maybe the C++ code used to pop up the help box was causing the problem. However, I ruled that out by confirming that the same C++ call works with some .chm files and not with others.
So it must be a problem with the .chm files themselves (???)
Sorry, that's as far as I can go with .chm. I think someone else will jump in here.
Maybe a small observation will help here? I've seen script errors manifest inside .CHM files when the following conditions occur:
1. The user is clicking a popup link.
2. The user is rapidly Double-clicking the link.
Hopefully this helps a smidge... Rick
Thanks for the advice.
I don't think that's the problem, however, because the help file is invoked by our C++ software.
We have a "Help" menu item, which pops up the herlp file automatically when selected.
When I click on the .chm file itself, the problem does not occur.
The help files were created about 6 months ago, so they are not even very old.
Maybe I'll have to try re-creating them, but there are literally dozens of them so I'm loathe to have to do this.
gortonl - how did you get around the problem?
Thanks agian for everyone's help........Martin