[Nvda-dev] IE and Windows custom update problem

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[Nvda-dev] IE and Windows custom update problem

Brian Gaff Lineone downstairs
Has any progress been made in this area at all? I notice two things in IE on
Windows update. When you select custom, mostly the extra information on the
page is missing unless you use nvda/f5 to force a refresh (IE7 XP pro)
And
 When, for example selecting a category to view, and you  try to select the
checkbox, after selection, IE will go into a loop taking up most of the
processor cycles, and the only way out is to terminate IE through a pre set
up short cut.

I do notice though, that most times this  problem can be circumventeed by
using web IE to browse and selecting the checkbox with enter in that
program.


Do we know any more  of why this problem, or problems occur?

Thanks.

Brian
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Re: [Nvda-dev] IE and Windows custom update problem

James Teh
On 18/01/2010 8:55 PM,  brian gafff (Line One) wrote:
> Has any progress been made in this area at all? I notice two things in
> IE on Windows update. When you select custom, mostly the extra
> information on the page is missing unless you use nvda/f5 to force a
> refresh (IE7 XP pro)
There's no ticket for this one because I've never quite been able to
reproduce it. Feel free to file one if you can give exact steps to
reproduce and actual/expected results.

> When, for example selecting a category to view, and you try to select
> the checkbox, after selection, IE will go into a loop taking up most of
> the processor cycles, and the only way out is to terminate IE through a
> pre set up short cut.
There is a ticket for this one:
http://www.nvda-project.org/ticket/477
There has been no progress so far. If there is any progress, a comment
will be filed on the ticket and you will see a notification go to this list.

Jamie

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