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Yep, you have the right idea about the problem! Lots of talk around here about it over the last few months:
http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/webforums/forum/searchresults.cfm?requesttimeout=500&category =194%2C288%2C196&forumid=15&FTVAR_KEYWORD1FRM=IE+activex&FTVAR_SEARCHWHATFRM=c&FTVAR_RESUL TTYPE=topics&FTVAR_AUTHORFRM=&FTVAR_TABLECHOICEFRM=current&FTVAR_CATEGORYIDFRM=194&FTVAR_C ATEGORYIDFRM=288&FTVAR_CATEGORYIDFRM=196&Selection=false&FTVAR_DATESELFRM=Select&FTVAR_STA RTDATEFRM=&FTVAR_ENDDATEFRM=&cal_d1=0&cal_d2=0
Oh god .. here we go again .. Obviously someone has been living under a rock
or on a deserted island for a few months :) But at least they've read
SOMETHING about it.
This is due to Microsoft IE changes required to avoid infringing the
(stupid) EOLAS patent. It applies to all Active-X 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 Active-X active content changes:
(If that does not redirect, just go to http://activecontent.blogspot.com)
I hope you feel supirior now that you have really told me whats up! Yes,
I am stupid...
> I hope you feel supirior
I don't need too .. I AM superior :):)
> now that you have really told me whats up! Yes, I am stupid...
We all are on occasion. The truly stupid are those who don't know when it