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one possible solution is using ClickOff.

ClickOff has been written out of a personal need - like most programs here. Questions like "are your sure you want to exit the program?" made me go insane after having seen them a dozen of times. I found a program called "BuzOff" on a computer magazine CD-ROM which took care of this situation by simply clicking a button to close the window but it also displayed nag-screens which annoyed me as well. Being a programmer I just thought "you can do that yourself" and I started working on ClickOff. I started looking for functions that windows provided for clicking on buttons without actually moving the mouse and I was successful. Meanwhile ClickOff has been improved through bug reports and suggestions of new features that you sent me. ClickOff is supposed to be the swiss knife for window handling, not just a simple popup blocker. Just check the list of features:


    * Automatically clicks button on error messages that come up all the time.
    * Fills in text
    * Closes browser popups
    * Minimizes or maximizes windows
    * Delay times can be set to allow user intervention
    * Single entries can be disabled temporarily
    * False clicks are avoided by taking the message text into the proccess of detecting.
    * To close windows that contain certain words, wildcards can be used
    * The scanning speed can be set
    * Can be disabled for a short period or permanently without having to be exited.
    * Has very low system resource needs, takes about 1 sec. to load and doesn't slow down the system while running.
    * Simple usage through hotkey support
    * Has language file support

Why is FileHamster triggereing IE at all - it doesn't here (I have Plus installed), do you use a specific plugin? Try posting that error on their forum, they're a friendly bunch ;-)

Another annoying thing IE does is trigger popups when it thinks a script has looped too many times, this can be fixed:

Make sure you have the two "disable script debugging" options under From the IE7 Toolbar there are two check boxes to turn off debugging.
Goto Tools-->Internet Options-->Advanced.
In the second group, "Browsing"

I think some of the MS tools, when installed, toggle them off.
-e712 (December 13, 2007, 09:27 PM)
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turned on, like e712 said. This causes the popups. If you do web development you might like them off however, I have the same problem in Filehamster. This is definately the solution.

edit: oops clearly foggy and too late.

Don't know why you're not seeing this, nontroppo.  Sounds like justice is though.

Here's what it looks like:

I don't see any errors on - it is google's tracking script IINM (perhaps geotargetted?). Anyway I'd suggest posting it on the mogware forum.


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