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Cannot access Canvas Class - GHI Electronics


#1

Using link from Google web search

http://www.ghielectronics.com/downloads/Glide/Library/html/74e0a2f7-f488-38ff-cbf5-214d1cf859a4.htm

Click Canvas Class … Page ‘flashes’ contents for about 1/2 second and then disappears (blank page) with only heading???

I do have popup blocking ON but I never have had any issues using any of the GHI pages before…

Gee… I needed to find something!


#2

Hmm. Works great for me.

Try opening it from this page:

http://www.ghielectronics.com/glide

or using this link:

http://www.ghielectronics.com/downloads/Glide/Library/Index.html


#3

@ andre.m - AND Architect

Well, I found the problem…

Microsoft sent a update for IE 10 that I am using. I installed that security update this morning.

I removed the update and now I can access the links. Not sure what to do about it though…
Guess I could try Chrome if I had too…

I forget the term used but the problem is like having a help file that needs to be opened for access using properties before it can be used.
With the new update the link looks like the attached image.


#4

I see you have some extra add-ins too. These can interfere with the update as well.


#5

@ Architect -

Yes I have some tool bars that I use. I on occasion use the McAfee safe search. I’ll remove all of them, redo the pdate and see what happens.

I just wanted to know if it was a known issue after the GHI web update.

Not pointing blame at anything. just wanted to know.


#6

@ andre.m -

Thanks for the link… I never saw that post…

Not sure on how to set the … ‘is only viewable with the compatibility mode’ from a link…


#7

@ willgeorge:

FYI I am using IE10 in normal mode (not in “Compatibility View” mode) without any issues.


#8

@ Architect -

I reinstalled the update to IE 10 and the problem is back…

I set IE 10 to it’s default mode without ANY additions. The link still fails…

I’m running 64 bit windows 7… Yours?

This is the update that causes the problem - Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems
Although it is showing 4 updates of the same name with the same date… Guess I’ll remove them all and see what happens


#9

64bit Windows 8.