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    Is it posable it is the software? Sure anything is posable. But it is not very probable.

    You have so many topics going that I can't remember what OS you are using or anything about your issue outside of this thread.
    Honestly, I have the same feeling.
    The boards here are full with your problems..

    I´ve been, just like turtle, a longtime user of NOF and pretty experienced with all sorts of problems that might occur with any OS and any version, but your issues are very odd...
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    Some of the links from the opening page of NOF (before you open a site) will be broken because in NOF 11, these links referred to pages hosted by Web.com, who were the previous owners of NetObjects. When NetObjects was separated from Web.com to become it's own company, the links stopped working because they still point to Web.com pages.

    I see Web.com has cleverly put up pages for the Website Hosting and Online Marketing links, but understand they are no longer affiliated with NetObjects. But the Templates and Affiliate Progarm links won't work. The links are hard coded into the program, so they cannot be updated.

    Perhaps this is what is confusing some folks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gotFusion View Post
    I've used the 11 product since it was a alpha release (pre-beta product). I have not seen anything like you describe. I cannot remember anyone having an issue like you describe.

    Is it posable it is the software? Sure anything is posable. But it is not very probable.

    You have so many topics going that I can't remember what OS you are using or anything about your issue outside of this thread.

    Do you have another computer you can install Fusion on to see if it works fine on another OS install?

    Do you have a URL you can post that shows your problems?
    Hi Mike, this is exactly the same problem I have. I may agree not to be a Fusion bug, but certainly something prevents java programs in Fusion to work as expected. I'm using XP Home Sp3, IE7, and Firefox. It's been working when I started working with this software, but now it's not.

    Any suggestion in identifying the problem will be appreciated, and helpfull to the others having the same issue.

    THX.

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    In newsoldo.4qx6xu@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com,
    poldo <poldo.4qx6xu@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com> typed:
    > gotFusion wrote:
    >> I've used the 11 product since it was a alpha release
    >> (pre-beta product). I have not seen anything like you
    >> describe. I cannot remember anyone having an issue like
    >> you describe.
    >>
    >> Is it posable it is the software? Sure anything is
    >> posable. But it is not very probable.
    >>
    >> You have so many topics going that I can't remember what
    >> OS you are using or anything about your issue outside of
    >> this thread.
    >>
    >> Do you have another computer you can install Fusion on
    >> to see if it works fine on another OS install?
    >>
    >> Do you have a URL you can post that shows your problems?

    >
    > Hi Mike, this is exactly the same problem I have. I may
    > agree not to be a Fusion bug, but certainly something
    > prevents java programs in Fusion to work as expected. I'm
    > using XP Home Sp3, IE7, and Firefox. It's been working
    > when I started working with this software, but now it's
    > not.
    >
    > Any suggestion in identifying the problem will be
    > appreciated, and helpfull to the others having the same
    > issue.
    >
    > THX.


    Actually I haven't come across anything like you describe before. I have the
    same setup as you except I have IE8, FF, Chrome.

    Are you talking about actual Java programs, or Javascripts not working? Have
    you checked the options to see which java you're using? NOF 11 works well
    enough for me but anything is possible - I'll be watching for your solution.

    Good luck,

    Twayne`



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    Quote Originally Posted by Twayne View Post
    In newsoldo.4qx6xu@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com,
    poldo <poldo.4qx6xu@no-mx.forums.netobjects.com> typed:
    > gotFusion wrote:
    >> I've used the 11 product since it was a alpha release
    >> (pre-beta product). I have not seen anything like you
    >> describe. I cannot remember anyone having an issue like
    >> you describe.
    >>
    >> Is it posable it is the software? Sure anything is
    >> posable. But it is not very probable.
    >>
    >> You have so many topics going that I can't remember what
    >> OS you are using or anything about your issue outside of
    >> this thread.
    >>
    >> Do you have another computer you can install Fusion on
    >> to see if it works fine on another OS install?
    >>
    >> Do you have a URL you can post that shows your problems?

    >
    > Hi Mike, this is exactly the same problem I have. I may
    > agree not to be a Fusion bug, but certainly something
    > prevents java programs in Fusion to work as expected. I'm
    > using XP Home Sp3, IE7, and Firefox. It's been working
    > when I started working with this software, but now it's
    > not.
    >
    > Any suggestion in identifying the problem will be
    > appreciated, and helpfull to the others having the same
    > issue.
    >
    > THX.


    Actually I haven't come across anything like you describe before. I have the
    same setup as you except I have IE8, FF, Chrome.

    Are you talking about actual Java programs, or Javascripts not working? Have
    you checked the options to see which java you're using? NOF 11 works well
    enough for me but anything is possible - I'll be watching for your solution.

    Good luck,

    Twayne`
    Hi Twayne.

    I don't know NOF deeply, but I think it's Java having some kind of problem. I can't see anything happening when I try to define a publishing profile, for example. Or when I try to go online on the main page, I see a blank page (still talking about NOF).

    Website editing on an existing NOD is working, but I can't create a blank site, and I can add new pages.

    This seems to be quite weird...

    Essentials doesn't have a way to select the JRE version, but registry settings show it's using the version included with NOF (1.4 something).

    I've seen the same problem on NOF 11, it is set to use 1.6.

    Thank you for your suggestions.

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