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-POOKIE- Posts: 14,806
8/16/10 3:51 P

Hope it works for you, I love the recipe calculator!

8/16/10 3:04 A

Thanks guys! Sounds like a good plan. :) Hopefully I'll start busting out some recipes now!

AMYBUTLER10 Posts: 204
8/15/10 10:20 P

I agree with using more than one browser. I switch between mozilla and int exp too. We just downloaded the new google chrome and am loving it so far

-POOKIE- Posts: 14,806
8/14/10 5:49 P

Personally I had a lot of issues trying to use SP with IE.

I use Firefox instead and the majority of issues are fixed (not all, and a pretty major issue at that) but it is in general better going.

You could always do as I do and use two browsers, as I have a website that I watch online TV that hates firefox! So I use IE still for that. You could just use Firefox for SP and maintain IE for everything else.

8/14/10 3:48 P

Normally I can't get the recipe caluclator to work with my Internet Explore, so I was pretty excited when it was working last night. However, that joy was short lived when I tried again and ran into the same problems.
I click on the 'Add an Ingredient' button and the window comes up, but it's blank. Blank except for a litle '#' and a notification from Internet Explorer that it has 'modified the page to prevent cross-site scripting.' I've gone through the information and help it provides and it didn't deserve the name of help.
Has anyone else encountered that and have they found a way to get around it? It really annoys me that it was working for that little while but isn't anymore. Thanks!

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