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This is a discussion on IE tab needed within the Chrome Plugins section, part of the Google Chrome category: It's because it renders in quirks mode, not standard. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quirks_mode...


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    Kyrax is offline Senior Member
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    It's because it renders in quirks mode, not standard. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quirks_mode

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    I tried to follow the steps that someone had listed earlier but am not having success. I downloaded the program and placed it in the plugin folder but once i go to run and type cmd in the black box appears, but i try to type in the folder path and that is where my problem is. Anyone have any suggestions for me?

    All I really need this for is so I can use the full Microsoft web access program and not the light version.

    Thanks

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    What are you typing exactly ?

    you need to type
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     cd PATH\TO\YOUR\FOLDER
    replacing of course PATH\TO\YOUR\FOLDER with the actual path you want to navigate to.

    Note that if the Path is not on the C: drive, you will need to type "D:" after the CD command (If it's on D, replace D with whatever drive you folder is on..)

    EDIT:

    Because there seems to be so much confusion about this (very trivial) part of the procedure, here is a full example.

    Say I want to navigate to
    D:\mystuff\myfolder\somesubfolder

    *Go to*
    Start -> Run -> cmd

    *The command prompt opens.*
    *I see that "black box" with C:\ written.*

    *In the command prompt, type :*
    cd D:\mystuff\myfolder\somesubfolder
    *Press ENTER*

    *Explanation : 'cd' is the "change dir" command. It allows you to change directory. It's the same exact thing as if you double clicked on all the folders necessary to reach that directory *

    *Since it's not on the C:\ drive ( the one I'm currently on [i can tell because of the C:\] ), i need to also type :*
    D:
    *Press ENTER*

    Let's hope this helps everyone. For more help, search for Windows command prompt tutorials, Windows console tutorial.
    Last edited by Kyrax; 06-06-2009 at 07:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil1902 View Post
    I tried to follow the steps that someone had listed earlier but am not having success. I downloaded the program and placed it in the plugin folder but once i go to run and type cmd in the black box appears, but i try to type in the folder path and that is where my problem is. Anyone have any suggestions for me?

    All I really need this for is so I can use the full Microsoft web access program and not the light version.

    Thanks
    when you get to the black cmd box, type what Killopatra wrote:

    cd "C:\Documents and Settings\[$username]\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Plugin Data"

    except change [$username] to your actual username. that worked for me when the initial copy/paste of that command failed.

    my line looked like this: cd "C:\Documents and Settings\Adam\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Plugin Data"

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    I figured it out...Thank you to everyone that helped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyrax View Post
    It's because it renders in quirks mode, not standard. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quirks_mode
    so... can I disable that mode?

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    One more question...today I went to send an email on outlook web access via my IE tab that i recently had created. Now whenever I hit send it tells me that there is an error. Any suggestions as to why this is?

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    Hi, all! Thanks for the script tips, especially the step by step. Unfortunately, although it appeared that everything worked as it was supposed to, up to the step where I drag the code to the bookmark bar, nothing at all happens when I click the bookmarklet.
    I tried both versions of the script -- regular ietab and switcher -- neither does anything.
    Yet I can drag and drop other scripts from this forum up to the bookmark bar and they work just fine.
    I tried turning off my firewall and av, didn't help. The only other thing I can think of that might be effecting it is that I use a portable version of IE8? But I know I have at least a rendering engine for IE6 in my system, or else Firefox ietab wouldn't be able to call it up.
    Do I need to perhaps insert a specific file location for ie into the scriptand if so, where?
    Anyone who has any idea, please give me a shout, I'd be ever so grateful.
    It's the only thing that's keeping me from using Chrome as my default browser. Everything I can work around or live without. (I shocked myself and actually paid for an adblocker so I could switch.
    Many thanks!
    Last edited by brasscupcakes; 06-24-2009 at 08:25 PM.

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    I'm not sure if it's going to help but.. could you open the javascript console ( CTRL + SHIFT + J ) before you click the bookmarklet, see if anything is logged in the console. It could help.

    Make sure you open the console and also click the icon at the bottom of the console that opens the interactive console.

    It's the 2nd icon from the left.

    Open that, and then click on the Bookmarklet (from the same page that you opened the console from).

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    Any way to have the same pages open each time using IE script? Kind of tedious having to do this every time...this is where a simple IE Tab plugin like the one for FF shines...
    Last edited by jakobkraft; 06-27-2009 at 02:58 AM.

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