Temp Fix Inside:Error message stealing window focus.

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addiktion
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Post by addiktion » Fri Feb 01, 2008 9:39 am

Very nice fix SiebenDX!

I'm using it now and no more error box :) It's definitely less annoying now.

For those XP users your location is going to look like this:

C:\Documents and Settings\YOURUSERNAME\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\RANDOMFOLDER.default\extensions\{81BF1D23-5F17-408D-AC6B-BD6DF7CAF670}\chrome

YOURUSERNAME= your login username
RANDOMFOLDER= randomly generated number and letters.

Also for less experienced users I'd recommend using an actual Javascript or coding editor for the simple fact that if you open this up in notepad all the code is garbled together like one big blob and it may be fairly hard to find what to delete. You can find some freebies online that won't bog down your storage space.

If you follow SiebenDX instructions and hit CTRL + F (Search window) in notepad and type in "error.xul" without the quotations then you'll find the line of code hes talking about.

Also if you know how to you can do this process without extracting all the files if your using a program that allows you to open the file while its in the .zip. I just simply opened the rec.js up in WinRAR by going to "View File" and searching for the error.xul and deleted the line of code. After that you just save the file and rename the file back to imacros.jar and your good to go!

P.S I'd also recommend backing up this file just in case you happen to delete more then you needed too.
wHEEzAH
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Joined: Sun Feb 24, 2008 7:52 pm

Post by wHEEzAH » Mon Feb 25, 2008 12:51 am

No error box... but it still steals the focus =(
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