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I keep getting a script error every time I load a page. If I continue running scripts the error comes up every page and eventually the new page will come up blank. If I choose to not run scripts then I lose access to all the tools and smileys and such. Is it my computer or something with the site? I am thinking it is something to do with my computer as I don't see a thread about it but it only happens on this site, not any other sites I go to. Thanks to any computer knowledgeable people out there who can help me out.
can you please post the message you get here ?
O.K. the box comes up that says Internet Explorer Script Error. The message inside the box is as follows:
Then it asks if I want to continue running scripts. If I say "Yes" I have to hit Yes twice to make it work and the same message appears on any new page I go to. If I hit"No" then it dissappears and everything seems fine but when I post I am unable to use the smileys or the toolbar for Bold, Underline, etc..
Hopefully this helps and thanks for the quick response.
seems like its the google adsense. They might be testing out some new stuff so its probably just for a little while. Let us know if it keeps happening
Just an update. I did not get that error message today. Thanks for your help.
I guess I spoke too soon. The same message has returned.
can you check if this happens when the shoppingcart ad is in the header ?
Yesterday was fine but today the error was back. Sorry for my total lack of knowledge in this area but if by header you mean the area directly to the right of the Librarium Online title at the top then today there was a Vassal 40K link there.
Edit: After logging off and logging back in I did not get the message. "Subscribe to LO now" was in the top right corner this time.
Last edited by NecroNid; March 12th, 2008 at 15:30.
I will check with explorer to see if I can reproduce the error