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« on: November 16, 2005, 08:25:49 PM »

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Wifes 5 year old iMac running OS 9.2. Using IE 5.1. Yahoo e-mail problem. As of a couple of days ago she CANNOT type in the type area box. She is locked out of that area. She noticed a new Yahoo tool bar just above the type area. Claims she did not request or activate that tool bar. Recieves the following 2 error messages when she activates her mail account:

Internet Explorer Alert

Unable To Add Event Listner For Click To Undefined

Unable To Add Event Listner For Keypress To Input

I switched to my Yahoo e-mail account on her computer and received the 1st above message but am able to fill out and send e-mail.

I tried to download and re-install IE 5.1 hoping that would overwrite the problem. When I click on the new IE 5.1 icon the program logo flashes on the destop and then dissapears. I deleted the new download.

Please help save me.




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