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Unanswered: Window keeps popping up and freezing webkinz!!! help!! PIC!
Every time I try to remove my items from storage this grey dialogue box pops up that a script in flash 9 is no longer working and if I wanted to continue running the script or not. No matter if I click Yes or No my window freezes and I can't do anything. The problem started happening after I harvested my strawberries and logged off after being away from the computer for awhile. When I came back and tried to sell them that box kept popping up and freezing the screen. What is ganz' email so I can ask them what to do?
Re: Window keeps popping up and freezing webkinz!!! help!! PIC!
This usually fixes the issue if you are funning windows XP/2000/Vista. Try restarting your computer first and if that doesn't work, remove your flash player completely and then reinstall it. Sometimes the programs get the hiccups and have to be removed and reinstalled. I hope you are on a fast internet line like DSL because Dial up is a little slow. Hope this helps and if it doesn't PM me and we will try something else.
The Adobe Script message was put in place by Adobe so that the program doesn't enter an infinite loop. There is a 15 second processing time limit (not 15 seconds real time, but processing time) built in, and if the program takes longer than this to execute, then the Adobe script message pops up and asks if you want to abort the script. If you say not to abort the script, then Adobe will let the program process for another 15 seconds....and another....and another.
The people with over 2000 strawberries in their dock needed to click on "no", not to abort the Adobe script, over 10 times (if I am remembering correctly) when trying to get to the w-shop to sell them.
Now, they must have changed their programming for the hourly/daily activities section. I have also had to click on "no" to the Adobe pop up, in order for the activities list to load.
I have also noticed that if I don't click the "no" really quickly after the Adobe screen pops up, that sometimes my screen freezes. I need to X out of the internet explorer window and open a new one; then log in again and try over.
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