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This is an issue beaten to death over the last 3 months or so.
Or Google. You would have found 611 documents for the exact phrase "activate this control".
Not a day goes by....
This is due to Microsoft IE changes required to avoid infringing the
(stupid) EOLAS patent. It applies to all activex control that can interact
with the user.
If you are viewing a web site, you cannot really do anything to fix it,
except complain to the web master
Here is a link to find information on how to fix your website to cope with
the activeX active content changes:
If that does not redirect, just go to http://activecontent.blogspot.com
tell me about it - i have stopped replying to these altogether.
> Not a day goes by....
mike warf wrote:
> I am doing a site with flash buttons and every tim i go to a new page and roll
> over the buttons section a bounding box comes up around everything that is
> flash. When you roll over it, it tells you to click to activate this control.
> it works fine in mozilla but not in explorer. I havent had this problem until
> recently and i am wondering is it a new version of explorer that is doing this
> and i need to change some browser settings or something.
great, now we screwed...
anyone ever heard about this one ? Some new things, no one say nothin...cool surprise
I can imagine the noise once more people discover it...
Happy New Year guys - all the best there is in the 2006 :)
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> great, now we screwed...
> anyone ever heard about this one ? Some new things, no one say
> nothin...cool surprise
> from Microsoft.
> I can imagine the noise once more people discover it...
Oh, you're a tease, urami :):)