From: Prof. Robert John Lancashire <robert.lancashire@uw...> - 2006-02-18 17:03:47
ever since updating the service pack on my laptop I have found that
whenever I go to a class to do a demo using Jmol or Chime or anything
that uses an ActiveX or Java applet I get a prompt asking if I want
to allow the page to load properly (this is with IE).
This is very annoying and so I have been looking for ways to get around it.
The allow pop-up feature setting in IE does not affect the response, no help.
Google came up with
<!-- saved from url=(0014)about:internet -->
placed just below the doctype in the HTML header.
This worked for some things but not others and I found pages with
JSpecView and Jmol would load the first applet and not Jmol, no good.
I have eventually resorted to attacking the Registry
changing the setting from 1 to 0 seems to work.
I am not sure what security issues I have now exposed my laptop to but rather
than lose valuable time in classes I am prepared to trust what is on my Hard Drive..
Anyone found a better way to overcome this annoyance?
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