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Subject: Runtime errors

Written By: FussBudgetVanPelt on 03/24/04 at 03:19 p.m.

Hey Chuck  :)

Often on the Decades site I get the following, or a variant of it when I change screens :

(The standard windows error window with the big white X inside a red circle) with the following message :

"A runtime error has occurred.  Do you wish to debug?"

"Line 214"
"Error: Expected ')'"

There are 2 choices - yes or no.

If I chose No, it then takes me where I want to go.  I haven't chosen to say Yes, as I have seen little of Visual Basic (assuming that's where the debugger would take me) to know I wouldn't know enough about it.

Do you know if anyone else has had this problem, or whether it is something at my end ?

The thing is, I only get the message on Decades.  I don't get it on Amiright, or any other messageboard for example.

Does anyone else have this problem ?  Or am I all alone in the world here ?  :(

FB  :)

Subject: Re: Runtime errors

Written By: karen on 03/25/04 at 02:45 a.m.


you are not alone!


I suffer from this problem as well.  I just click on No and then carry on.  It's starting to p me off a little though


Subject: Re: Runtime errors

Written By: Hairspray on 03/25/04 at 12:35 a.m.

I will alert ChuckyG. Maybe there's something he can do. I too had this problem a few months ago. It just stopped happening one day and I'm still not sure why.

Subject: Re: Runtime errors

Written By: ChuckyG on 03/25/04 at 01:17 p.m.

I think I just solved the problem, but incase I haven't:

In Internet Explorer,  Select Tools

Then select Internet Options,

click the Advanced tab

Under Browsing, CHECK "Disable script debugging"

and UNCHECK "Display a notification about every script error"

and that should solve the problem

Subject: Re: Runtime errors

Written By: Howard on 03/25/04 at 07:11 p.m.

How do these runtime errors happen? ???