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Topic # 4388 12-Jul-2005 15:23
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Dear Forum I have the Audiovox vx6600 and was wondering some of the sites I go to tells me I have to have Java script enabled and to go to the microsoft or another site to update my web service is there a program that I can download so I could enable javascript on my pocket pc or is that somthing that is embeded on the pocketpc by the developers.
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Reply # 16456 12-Jul-2005 15:35
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Most banks check what browser you're using, instead of making a page that is compatible with standards.

You have a couple of options: one is to use a tweak utility to change the browser identification sent to the bank and see if it works. There are a few free programs (like RegKing for example) that will change the string sent to servers, indicating this is an Internet Explorer 6 program.

Another option is to use a new browser, like Access Netfront. This is not a free product, but it supports javascript, java, DHTML, CSS, etc. Again, if the programs your bank use look for a specific browser agent then you can try changing it.







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Reply # 16458 12-Jul-2005 15:46
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sorry for this but I don't know how to add to the previous message I went to the Yahoo website and you must have JavaScript Enable and if your browser may not support JavaScript, If your brower does not support JavaScript, you must upgrade to a newer version, and then it recommends using Internet explorer 5 or Netsape 6 does anyone know where I can get this upgrade or a program that would let me have JavaSript enabled on my Audiovox vx6600 thank you for any help you might be able to give me.
Lynn Hammill

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 16472 12-Jul-2005 17:32
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Thank you for your help I forgot that I do have the software NetFront. v3.1 but when I type address like www.yahoo.com it gives me an error message browser Warning cannot read page and Type:Content does not exist in cache. I don't have any Idea what that means. do I need to change a setting or somthing I thought if I type and address in it should go to it, it said that I did not have to put http/: with the www.Yahoo.com so can you tell me what is going on.



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Reply # 16486 12-Jul-2005 21:40
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Dear Freitsam
well hummm nothing like feeling stupied I realized after some fristration that the work off line buttom was checked so I unchecked the buttom and guess what it is working. Thanks for the help
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