Re: [DQSD-Users] IMdB issue

2010-02-28 Thread James Nix
George,



I am not familiar with FF but for Windows/IE8 the allow active content
error is resolved with the following steps:


This will allow script execution on the local computer.

1) Go to Control PanelInternet OptionsAdvanced.
2) Scroll down to Security.
3) Check the box Allow active content to run in files on My Computer.
4) Click Apply, exit and restart any open IE windows. 
-
This is a step in my DQSD installation guide for Won7/64-bit at:

http://www.sevenforums.com/software/11289-daves-quick-search-installed-w7-71
00-64-bit.html


Perhaps the same setting affects FF or you can find the equivalent in FF.


Jim

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Subject: [DQSD-Users] IMdB issue


I am using Firefox 3.5.8 and DQSD 4.0.0.6

When I type in the search bar imdb movie name it no longer goes
directly to the movie but rather to the IMdB page where I have to retype
the movie name.

In the past this worked as expected.  No longer.

As a aside (perhaps), when I click check for update ... , I get a pop up
window titled Internet Explorer which says Active input may harm your
computer ... are you sure you want to allow active content? Firefox
is my default browser, IE is not.


Thanks for any insights.

George


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Re: [DQSD-Users] IMdB issue

2010-02-28 Thread George Hitz

Jim,

Thanks for the quick reply.

I followed your instructions because I believe that FF does use some
functionality from IE (could be wrong on that)

It resulted in no change.

I could not find similar functions in FF Options.

I am hopeful someone else has an idea on this.

George  


James Nix wrote:
 George,



 I am not familiar with FF but for Windows/IE8 the allow active content
 error is resolved with the following steps:

 
 This will allow script execution on the local computer.

 1) Go to Control PanelInternet OptionsAdvanced.
 2) Scroll down to Security.
 3) Check the box Allow active content to run in files on My Computer.
 4) Click Apply, exit and restart any open IE windows. 
 -
 This is a step in my DQSD installation guide for Won7/64-bit at:

 http://www.sevenforums.com/software/11289-daves-quick-search-installed-w7-71
 00-64-bit.html


 Perhaps the same setting affects FF or you can find the equivalent in FF.


 Jim

 -Original Message-
 From: George Hitz [mailto:h...@hitz.org] 
 Sent: Sunday, February 28, 2010 10:50 AM
 To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net
 Subject: [DQSD-Users] IMdB issue


 I am using Firefox 3.5.8 and DQSD 4.0.0.6

 When I type in the search bar imdb movie name it no longer goes
 directly to the movie but rather to the IMdB page where I have to retype
 the movie name.

 In the past this worked as expected.  No longer.

 As a aside (perhaps), when I click check for update ... , I get a pop up
 window titled Internet Explorer which says Active input may harm your
 computer ... are you sure you want to allow active content? Firefox
 is my default browser, IE is not.


 Thanks for any insights.

 George

 
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[DQSD-Users] IMdB issue

2010-02-28 Thread George Hitz

I solved the aside issue.

I have IE7 installed but never use it.
I looked for ways to uninstall IE7 but
it requires first uninstalling XP-SP3 so
I did that.  It took forever but it worked.
So now I have IE6 installed as it backs
off to that version.

Now when I click Check for Update
(DQSD, it works as expected.

No improvement on IMDb however.
It does not take me to the title
without entering title after the
IMDb site opens in FF.  Still a mystery.

Now to reinstall SP3 while watching
Canada-USA hockey ! ! WOW ! !

George





 Original Message 
Subject: IMdB issue
Date: Sun, 28 Feb 2010 10:50:27 -0500
From: George Hitz h...@hitz.org
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To: dqsd-users@lists.sourceforge.net


I am using Firefox 3.5.8 and DQSD 4.0.0.6

When I type in the search bar imdb movie name it no longer goes
directly to the movie but rather to the IMdB page where I have to retype
the movie name.

In the past this worked as expected.  No longer.

As a aside (perhaps), when I click check for update ... , I get a pop up
window titled Internet Explorer which says Active input may harm your
computer ... are you sure you want to allow active content? Firefox
is my default browser, IE is not.


Thanks for any insights.

George



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Re: [DQSD-Users] IMDb Issue

2010-02-28 Thread George Hitz

Well, it's not very elegant but it works.

I solved the problem by creating a new
search function and putting it in Local Aliases.

imdb2|http://www.imdb.com/find?s=ttq=/%s

The search syntax becomes imdb2 movie name

Before I did this one liner and after I uninstalled
IE7 as described before, I reinstalled DQSD 4.0
with the exact same error result.
   
With imdb2 I am a happy camper until I (or
someone) can find the real problem.

As another aside, I used the same Local
Alias technique to help with those five digit
references found in PC World Magazine thusly:

PCW|http://find.pcworld.com/%s

The search syntax becomes pcw n

FWIW,

George

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