You both deserve thanks for your time and efforts .. and yes, Norton can be
a right pain in the derriere, but it's something I have gotten used to and
thought I had fully sorted out its peculiarities by turning off the annoying
bits and running other protection programs alongside it, to replace them
with better alternatives.

Contacting their support is a recipe for numerous frustration attacks,
fruitlessly re-installing everything and waiting until the operative turns
the page to " stock answer number two" which is similar to "stock answer
number one" .. so I won't be dong that !! ;-))

Do you think Norton is objecting to the word "banner" and can the Flash
banners be renamed within NOF 9 ?

Cheers

David

"Garret Mott" <Garret_at_AutoMateSoftware_dot_com> wrote in message
news:f887p2$kkp7@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
>> Well done indeed .. you have found the problem and are 100% correct ..
>> Norton did indeed block these banners .. I just found the Log Files and
>> this is what it tells me for this and other afriscenes pages :
>>
>> Content Blocked:
>> Date Time: 25/07/2007 17:12:01
>> User: Supervisor
>> Action: Blocked
>> Type: Ad
>> URL: http://www.afriscenes.com/index.html
>> Data: (Script) (Reason: "/banner.")
>>
>>
>> So how do I get around this one please ?
>>

>
> First- Nancy gets the credit - she thought of it!
>
> Solving the problem? Best way is to dump Norton & get better AV software.
> I use NOD32 (www.eset.com) & love it. Better protection, less obtrusive &
> cheaper. However, most anything is better than Norton! If you must stick
> with Norton - I'm sure there's a setting that will let you allow js, etc.
> All I can suggest there is to search help or contact (good luck!) Norton
> customer service.
>
> Garret Mott
>
> Auto-Mate Software www.automatesoftware.com
> Northeast DataFlex Consortium www.nedataflex.com
>
> "David" <noreply@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
> news:f887da$kkp6@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
>> Hey Guys :-))
>>
>> Well done indeed .. you have found the problem and are 100% correct ..
>> Norton did indeed block these banners .. I just found the Log Files and
>> this is what it tells me for this and other afriscenes pages :
>>
>> Content Blocked:
>> Date Time: 25/07/2007 17:12:01
>> User: Supervisor
>> Action: Blocked
>> Type: Ad
>> URL: http://www.afriscenes.com/index.html
>> Data: (Script) (Reason: "/banner.")
>>
>>
>> So how do I get around this one please ?
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> David
>>
>> "Garret Mott" <Garret_at_AutoMateSoftware_dot_com> wrote in message
>> news:f8871l$kkp4@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
>>>> I am indeed using Norton, but I cannot understand how can it be
>>>> selective in allowing files of the type you mention, but not these
>>>> particular ones, especially as they are of my own ( well NOF's ) making
>>>> ?
>>>>
>>> Never, ever underestimate the power of Norton in screwing things up!
>>> Nancy may be onto it.
>>>
>>> Norton won't know about them leaving your machine (it won't check NOF's
>>> ftping or that of another FTP program) - just them coming back from the
>>> web.
>>>
>>> Garret Mott
>>>
>>> Auto-Mate Software www.automatesoftware.com
>>> Northeast DataFlex Consortium www.nedataflex.com
>>>
>>>

>>
>>

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