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  • Larry Gordon
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    Thank goodness for this thread! I hate it when my code vanishes!!

    My Developer is on a Win 7 PC. So I clicked Control Panel, then Programs and Features, then Installed Updates, then searched for Internet Explore 11 - which took some finding - then right clicked it and uninstalled. Hey Presto! Alpha is working fine again and I'm now back to IE 9.

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  • Kamel
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    You have to uninstall IE11 from windows updates...

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  • lilmofo812
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    I'll check on that!! Thanks!!

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  • kleky
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    Oh wait!!! Have you recently updated IE to v11 or something? If so, roll-back a version as Alpha doesn't like it

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  • lilmofo812
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    Originally posted by kleky View Post
    I've been racking my brain trying to remember how I fixed this and I think I simply downloaded the application and patch again then re-installed.
    I will keep that in mind if nothing else works but as I haven't done a patch in quite some time I don't see why this would be an issue. Thank you though for the quick response!!

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  • kleky
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    I've been racking my brain trying to remember how I fixed this and I think I simply downloaded the application and patch again then re-installed.

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  • lilmofo812
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    I never get any confirmation boxes when I run these files (I have tried running them both as administrator and not) also I tried the DhtmlEd.msi file to no avail. I've had this problem before and running these files fixed it (although I did have to try multiple times) but this time it just doesn't seem to be working. This did occur after making changes to a report so I'm curious if this could have caused it? Any suggestions?

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  • kleky
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    Given there are no RegisterFiles batch files on the server i guess not, but I'm getting errors when running on the local machine. 2 files in RegisterFilesVistaWin7.bat are not on my machine: pdfcreactivex.dll and acpdfcrext.dll.

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  • kleky
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    Does anyone know if the batch files should be run on the server also? many thanks

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  • kleky
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    Hello , maybe someone can help. I get this error even after running the batch file and DhtmlEd repair. I recent re-installed alpha v11, including the patch. It's strange how the error only appeared a couple of weeks after though. Many thanks

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  • Marc Hotchkiss
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    I saw where David Boomer ran DhtmlEd.msi and fixed his problem. I did the same thing and now everything is fine on all 3 of my machines. Thanks David!

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  • Marc Hotchkiss
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    Jerry,
    I've followed the instructions you sent implicitly and still get error. When I try to run the batch file (as administrator) I get through the REMs in the file to the pause. Then it just seems to skip the actual commands following. I've tried it on 3 machines, all to no avail. I've tried re-installing last update also. Do I need to un-install V10? Thanks!

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  • reddy2011
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    I got this Script Error 2 times, but its solved now. Thanks for asking this question.

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  • JerryBrightbill
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    This can occur after applying a patch where one of the DLL files that Alpha Five uses becomes 'unregistered'. The help includes instructions HERE on how to re-register the controls.

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  • Marc Hotchkiss
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    Re: Error: Script:UI_DLG_BOX:@=HTMLEditorDlgTitle line:38

    I'm having this problem.anyone have an answer for this? Thanks

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