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  • #576325
    TEX
    2486 Posts

    This problem started on sunday , every time I click on any heading, trip report , log in ect I get the message

    “Stop running this script?”
    Windows explorer has encountered a problem while running this script

    This is on my work computer , so I cant switch to firfox or chrome

    Is anyone else having these problems ??

    #651365
    bcrider
    4150 Posts

    2nd report.

    Must be from the facebook box I added on Sunday in the lower right corner.

    I friggen hate Internet Explorer…..its always Internet Explorer….

    #651366
    Unruly Baker
    333 Posts

    Not just an IE problem, it’s been crashing on my iPad, iPhone and chrome on my work PC as well.

    #651367
    bcrider
    4150 Posts

    removed the facebook script. please let me know if the issue stops so I can isolate it and look into a fix. thx

    #651368
    Shift
    95 Posts

    I am still having this issue using IE

    #651369
    shoestring
    197 Posts

    still having problems

    #651370
    ghaniman
    100 Posts

    using internet explorer site keeps freezing with the scipt message appearing…….google chrome no problems..

    #651371
    firstlight
    721 Posts

    Same downunder as well!

    Adam West

    www.firstlightsurfboards.com.au
    www.firstlightsnowboards.com.au
    www.splitfest.com.au
    www.snowsafety.com.au
    www.mrbc.com.au
    www.backcountryglobal.com
    www.alpinefirstaid.com.au

    #651372
    nedrapier
    235 Posts

    and here! no probs on android (dolphin browser) or chrome. IE = freeze up.

    #651373
    bcrider
    4150 Posts

    made a couple of changes, let me know if it still persists

    #651374
    stoudema
    551 Posts

    I am still having the problem on Firefox at home and IE at work.

    Edit to add: Nope – now it seems to be fixed :thumpsup:

    #651375
    TEX
    2486 Posts

    Fixed

    Now, can you fix the weather ???

    #651377
    splittilps
    154 Posts

    I’m still getting it although I do notice the site has generally been loading faster than it had been.

    #651378
    stoudema
    551 Posts

    I am back to getting it now on both IE & Firefox :nononno:

    #651379
    jcocci
    699 Posts

    No problems with safari on 3 different computers.

    #651380
    TEX
    2486 Posts

    ITS BACK

    #651381
    bcrider
    4150 Posts

    @jcocci wrote:

    No problems with safari on 3 different computers.

    I know right….if everyone used macs and safari like us my life as a web publisher would be much easier. lol 🙂

    No problems on my end either using safari or firefox.

    I passed the info along though and here is what a tech said.

    “I’ve accessed your URL listed below from Chrome, Firefox, and IE9 and I wasn’t showing any script error on any of those browsers. If you can get a screenshot of the error I’d be happy to send it to our dev team so they can take a look at it.”

    Send me a screenshot or copy and paste the error message in this thread. Also make sure your browsers are up to date and reset your cache. Thanks!

    #651382
    rughty
    620 Posts

    Those of us who are using this site on a work computer may not have that kind of access. We have a nazi IT department here. :nononno: Come on Chris. You can do it! 😉

    #651376
    jcocci
    699 Posts

    @bcrider wrote:

    @jcocci wrote:

    No problems with safari on 3 different computers.

    I know right….if everyone used macs and safari like us my life as a web publisher would be much easier. lol 🙂

    If it were only that simple.

    #651383
    ghaniman
    100 Posts

    still getting the script error when using IE 8..here is the screenshot

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