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I don`t know what version because OE Pro does not even display a window when launched!!
It shows the Tips and the Welcome to New Project windows but if I cancel those, it disappears, except for a button in the task bar.
Just started today!! Have had NO problems like this in the past.
> The problem is fixed. The updated version is located here:
I use a router instead.
I do have Norton Systemworks, but have always had that.
I also have WebTrends which runs Apache and Tomcat.
But OE has peacefully co existed with everything until today.
Just wondering, does OE depend on IE code in anyway?
That is, could a corruption in my IE install possibly affect OE?
Would OE be affected by IE issues with BHO`s and other IE trojans?
What about plug ins/toolbars, etc? Any of these IE add ons have an effect on OE?
Does OE have a fuse or other event trigger that would disable as of a certain date that might have expired?
> Do you have ZoneAlarm installed? We have multiple messages about the bug in ZoneAlarm which makes many software fail, including Offline Explorer. Is it so?
Run regedit.exe, browse to:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\MetaProducts\Offline Explorer Pro\Parameters
Find the InternalBrowser value and change it to 0. Then start Offline Explorer and see if this helps.
Symptoms are same. No change.
Product launches, but the main window in not visible, only the new project windows are displayed.
When those are canceled, no OE windows are visible, the program is shown in the Task Bar and right clicking the icon offers choices of Minimize and Close.
Running XP Pro SP1 and current with Windows Update on P4 2+ GHz, 1 Gig memory
IE Ver 6.0.2800.1106.xpsp2.030422-1633
SP1, Q828750, Q824145, Q932894, Q837009, Q831167
Toolbars installed: Google, Yahoo, Alexa, eBay, Viewpoint, Thomas Register, HP Tookit, GoGraph, Altavista
> Yes, Offline Explorer depends on MS IE - it has Internal browser, which is actually MS IE window. Anyway, you can turn it off this way:
> Run regedit.exe, browse to:
> HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\MetaProducts\Offline Explorer Pro\Parameters
> Find the InternalBrowser value and change it to 0. Then start Offline Explorer and see if this helps.
Would that work?
The only difference is that now Restore is an option when right clicking on the button in the task bar.
However, when Restore is selected, the window is not made visible.
Could this have something to do with MS Windows updates (not the ones as of today, but the ones released last week)?
> Can you start it this way from the command-line:
> oe.exe /NoBookmarks
> Would that work?
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Metaproducts\Offline Explorer Pro
and remove the Parameters key from it.
Then start Offline Explorer Pro. Does this help?
When OE booted up, I could see the main screen in the background, covered by Tips, covered by About. I could access the tabs in About, but when I close that window, the program exits.
However, I noticed there is no key in the register window and after pasting my Ver 3 key, it now seems to work!