Re: Pathfinder error

Lee Ratcliff

I upgraded to IE 6, and it works fine now.


-------Original Message-------

From: Dave Bernstein
Date: 1/13/2008 3:34:18 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: [dxlab] Re: Pathfinder error

This is the result of a Windows TCP/IP or Internet Explorer
configuration problem. Here's one example that Ken KC9GLQ recently

I don't know of any way to hide the error box.


Dave, AA6YQ

--- In dxlab@..., "Lee Ratcliff" <lratcliff@...> wrote:

I am getting an error on my machine in the shack.

Its a Pentium III, 733MHz running windows 2000

When I do a lookup on Pathfinder, I get an error stating.

Internet Explorer Script Error
Line 245
Char 1
Error Object Expected
Code 0

It does that on every callsign I try. It works fine on my machine

The Windows 2000 machine is running IE 5.

The error is not a big deal, except that I have to click on the
message to get pathfinder to fill in the info. If this is just a
in my system ( I think it is) then how do I hide that error box so
I don't
have to click on it?

Hope that's a little clearer than mud. LOL


-------Original Message-------

From: John Bastin
Date: 1/12/2008 11:37:52 PM
To: dxlab@...
Subject: Re: [dxlab] DXKeeper 6.1.2 is available for testing

On Jan 12, 2008, at 16:17 , Dave AA6YQ wrote:

This function was not changed in DXKeeper 6.0. Should it work
No, the way I described is the way it has been working in DXK 5 and
and the way it should work (I haven't upgraded to DXK 6 yet. Your

- with "optimize for realtime QSO entry" unchecked, initializes a
newly-created QSO's start time to the previously-created QSO's
time plus 1 second (correcting a regression)
just described one setting; if the roundtable setting hasn't
I won't worry about it. Thanks...:-)


John Bastin, K8AJS

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