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Posted 10 Jul 2012it works with $.ajax now for IE. I have no idea how. It didnt work at ALL yesterday. and now all of a sudden.... pfft, I hate IE.
Posted 27 Jun 2012this topic has sort of been resolved.
It needs to be connected with an SSL server, so that there is trust. It seems that the images will not show because of the permissions, but if the site is trusted and secured, it works.
That is soooo stupid, but i dont know what else to say to fix it. Ill put up a box saying that if it is IE and not secure, if they want to view images, to click OK and refresh as https
Posted 26 Jun 2012So wait.. your schedule looked like this? Impressive... though lord knows how you fit eight or more hours a day in for WOW during that senior year of high school!
Quote2002: 7: runescape
2003: 8: runescape
2004: 9: runescape, wow
2005: 10: Tibia, wow
2006: 11: Tibia, wow
2007: 12: runescape, Tibia, wow
2008: college_freshmen: Tibia, wow
2009: college_sophomore: <no games>
2010: college_junior: <no games>
2011: college_senior: <no games>
2012: post college1: eve
I didnt start WoW until after i graduated.... I wanted 2 months, so i guess you could say that i didnt start wow till freshman in college.
Posted 26 Jun 2012I had found another option then, as the thing i am trying to do is essentially have an image previewer before an upload, which worked with IE.
The site I had gotten my script from was: http://forums.digita...ad.php?t=509581
my adjusted script is the same with all but 1 thing... My <img> is not created and passed in a src, it was a preexisting item, which has had its source change. Thoughts? Ideas? the demo i linked, does exactly what i want but with components i do not need.
Posted 26 Jun 2012i was getting an error with an example i found
var filePath = $(input).attr("value"); var fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject"); // <--crashes here var textStream = fso.OpenTextFile(filePath); var fileData = file.ReadAll();
and it crashes at the activeX object line.
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