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Trouble With Firefox 1.5


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I know...you don't support Firefox...but I just want to compare notes. When I try and move the mouse over Firefox buttons while recording a macro I get a "invalid mouse hook" message and I must reboot to clear it.

 

Of course, I do not have this problem when recording a macro with IE.

 

Am I the only one with this sort of error message?

 

By the way, thanks to your good help forum I learned how to grab files (not just folders) in a macro and that makes the macro less messy, for sure. Thanks for the good help area!

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I just captured a macro with Firefox loaded, moved the mouse over every button, and it worked fine. There must be a difference. I am using Firefox v 1.0.7 and I only have a couple of extensions. What version of Firefox are you using? What extensions are you using? Which buttons cause the trouble?

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I just captured a macro with Firefox loaded, moved the mouse over every button, and it worked fine. There must be a difference. I am using Firefox v 1.0.7 and I only have a couple of extensions. What version of Firefox are you using? What extensions are you using? Which buttons cause the trouble?

I guess I should have stated the Firefox ver in the text as well as the subject field. It's the new verson; 1.5.

 

I'm running XP SP2.

 

Any mouse action over any test item in the Firefox page causes the mouse hook problem.

 

No real big deal. I'm using IE with no probs.

 

Thanks!

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