RE: [DQSD-Users] Fix for XP SP2 Problem

2004-11-19 Thread Will Dean
At 12:35 18/11/2004 -0800, you wrote: Hi Kim, Opinions? What's more important - new release or new release working with SP2? IMHO, we ought to have something SP2-compatible first. I don't think it does us any good to push out a new version when our primary 'new' audience still can't use it. That

Re: [DQSD-Users] Fix for XP SP2 Problem

2004-11-19 Thread Chuck Baker
I used the Registry workaround to take care of the SP2 problem and everything seems to work. the calendar works for me. But I can't find any the comx and racetv searches that are made referenced to in the posting here and I have the most recent version of DQSD. I also saw a post that was

Re: [DQSD-Users] Fix for XP SP2 Problem

2004-11-19 Thread Monty Scroggins
I had removed the convertstylestoinline() in both comx and racetv some time ago. It loaded a ton of css that wasnt needed or used for a simple html page.. You might have old versions of these.. Monty (has anyone tried the comx or racetv searches which spawn an extra window to see if these

Re: [DQSD-Users] Fix for XP SP2 Problem

2004-11-19 Thread Monty Scroggins
Chuck Baker wrote: I used the Registry workaround to take care of the SP2 problem and everything seems to work. the calendar works for me. But I can't find any the comx and racetv searches that are made referenced to in the posting here and I have the most recent version of DQSD. These are

Re: [DQSD-Users] Fix for XP SP2 Problem

2004-11-19 Thread Chuck Baker
Thanks Monty, I downloaded the comx and racetv searches and they both worked for me. and my calendar works too. and I do have SP2 installed. so if other people are having problems with these searches it is probably because activeX is disabled by default in SP2. But you can enable activeX

RE: [DQSD-Users] Fix for XP SP2 Problem

2004-11-19 Thread Charlie Russel
The Rev Chuck Baker states: I downloaded the comx and racetv searches and they both worked for me. and my calendar works too. and I do have SP2 installed. so if other people are having problems with these searches it is probably because activeX is disabled by default in SP2. But you can

RE: [DQSD-Users] Fix for XP SP2 Problem

2004-11-19 Thread Shawn K. Hall
I'm with Charlie - if we don't actually _fix_ the SP2 problem **without** decreasing the security of the system then we didn't fix anything. Maybe roll up a release but leave the SP2 'fixes' that we're currently toying with out. I do not want to change the registry and give any special rights to