IE 7 Clipboard Access??? Help Please!  
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Kavinda





PostPosted: Sun Aug 13 03:22:20 CDT 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE 7 Clipboard Access??? Help Please!

Hi! I get the following message on several websites I visit. I have
determined it's not the websites' problem, so it must have something to do
with IE 7. Anybody run into this and know what to do??? Any help would be
greatly appreciated.

The message I get is the following: "Do you want to allow this webpage to
access your clipboard? If you allow this, the webpage can access the
clipboard and read information that y've cut or copied recently."

Then you click on "Don't Allow" or "Allow."

I've clicked on both, but the popup continues to stay open. Help!

Shelly

Internet Explorer47  
 
 
CBHacking





PostPosted: Sun Aug 13 03:22:20 CDT 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE 7 Clipboard Access??? Help Please! Are you by any chance running Vista? I came across this problem for the
first time last night. Volume Shadow Copy didn't work (couldn't write to the
IE folder) but System Restore did. Restore to the last point before the
problem (in may case, it was about 12 hours ago, before some software I had
installed that day). Don't know if that will work with XP, but it's worth a
shot.

Other symptoms I saw of that bug were the Search box in the corner stopped
working, and the Find on Page would say "Automation couldn't create object"
or some such. I would also receive randome Javascript Out Of Meemory errors,
although memory usage was under 50%. If you are having different symptoms,
let us know.




> Hi! I get the following message on several websites I visit. I have
> determined it's not the websites' problem, so it must have something to do
> with IE 7. Anybody run into this and know what to do??? Any help would
> be
> greatly appreciated.
>
> The message I get is the following: "Do you want to allow this webpage to
> access your clipboard? If you allow this, the webpage can access the
> clipboard and read information that y've cut or copied recently."
>
> Then you click on "Don't Allow" or "Allow."
>
> I've clicked on both, but the popup continues to stay open. Help!
>
> Shelly

 
 
Pat





PostPosted: Sun Aug 13 09:26:02 CDT 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE 7 Clipboard Access??? Help Please! Tools>Internet Options>Security Tab
Click on Custom Level Button
Scroll down to Scripting
Under Allow Programmatic Clipboard Access check Disable or Enable whichever
is your preference.
Click Ok
Click Ok

Default is set to Prompt

--
Pat




> Are you by any chance running Vista? I came across this problem for the
> first time last night. Volume Shadow Copy didn't work (couldn't write to the
> IE folder) but System Restore did. Restore to the last point before the
> problem (in may case, it was about 12 hours ago, before some software I had
> installed that day). Don't know if that will work with XP, but it's worth a
> shot.
>
> Other symptoms I saw of that bug were the Search box in the corner stopped
> working, and the Find on Page would say "Automation couldn't create object"
> or some such. I would also receive randome Javascript Out Of Meemory errors,
> although memory usage was under 50%. If you are having different symptoms,
> let us know.
>
>


> > Hi! I get the following message on several websites I visit. I have
> > determined it's not the websites' problem, so it must have something to do
> > with IE 7. Anybody run into this and know what to do??? Any help would
> > be
> > greatly appreciated.
> >
> > The message I get is the following: "Do you want to allow this webpage to
> > access your clipboard? If you allow this, the webpage can access the
> > clipboard and read information that y've cut or copied recently."
> >
> > Then you click on "Don't Allow" or "Allow."
> >
> > I've clicked on both, but the popup continues to stay open. Help!
> >
> > Shelly
>
 
 
JEAN





PostPosted: Thu Aug 17 11:11:02 CDT 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE 7 Clipboard Access??? Help Please! I get the same message on the website www.chezmartine.com and I have Internet
Explorer 7 Beta 3. I have contacted the website and they say they havent
heard of anyone else having that same problem so they couldnt help me.



> Hi! I get the following message on several websites I visit. I have
> determined it's not the websites' problem, so it must have something to do
> with IE 7. Anybody run into this and know what to do??? Any help would be
> greatly appreciated.
>
> The message I get is the following: "Do you want to allow this webpage to
> access your clipboard? If you allow this, the webpage can access the
> clipboard and read information that y've cut or copied recently."
>
> Then you click on "Don't Allow" or "Allow."
>
> I've clicked on both, but the popup continues to stay open. Help!
>
> Shelly
 
 
Pat





PostPosted: Thu Aug 17 15:03:01 CDT 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE 7 Clipboard Access??? Help Please! You can assure them I just had the same problem accessing their site. Others
may have clicked the allow button and proceeded to explore the site.

I've had it happen with another graphics site only the clipboard request
disappeared after approx. 15 don't allow clicks. This site's request message
wouldn't go away.
--
Pat




> I get the same message on the website www.chezmartine.com and I have Internet
> Explorer 7 Beta 3. I have contacted the website and they say they havent
> heard of anyone else having that same problem so they couldnt help me.
>

>
> > Hi! I get the following message on several websites I visit. I have
> > determined it's not the websites' problem, so it must have something to do
> > with IE 7. Anybody run into this and know what to do??? Any help would be
> > greatly appreciated.
> >
> > The message I get is the following: "Do you want to allow this webpage to
> > access your clipboard? If you allow this, the webpage can access the
> > clipboard and read information that y've cut or copied recently."
> >
> > Then you click on "Don't Allow" or "Allow."
> >
> > I've clicked on both, but the popup continues to stay open. Help!
> >
> > Shelly
 
 
JEANHAWKS





PostPosted: Thu Aug 17 17:06:02 CDT 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE 7 Clipboard Access??? Help Please! Thank you for checking that website out and verifying that it wasnt just a
problem I was having alone.



> You can assure them I just had the same problem accessing their site. Others
> may have clicked the allow button and proceeded to explore the site.
>
> I've had it happen with another graphics site only the clipboard request
> disappeared after approx. 15 don't allow clicks. This site's request message
> wouldn't go away.
> --
> Pat
>
>

>
> > I get the same message on the website www.chezmartine.com and I have Internet
> > Explorer 7 Beta 3. I have contacted the website and they say they havent
> > heard of anyone else having that same problem so they couldnt help me.
> >

> >
> > > Hi! I get the following message on several websites I visit. I have
> > > determined it's not the websites' problem, so it must have something to do
> > > with IE 7. Anybody run into this and know what to do??? Any help would be
> > > greatly appreciated.
> > >
> > > The message I get is the following: "Do you want to allow this webpage to
> > > access your clipboard? If you allow this, the webpage can access the
> > > clipboard and read information that y've cut or copied recently."
> > >
> > > Then you click on "Don't Allow" or "Allow."
> > >
> > > I've clicked on both, but the popup continues to stay open. Help!
> > >
> > > Shelly
 
 
Pat





PostPosted: Fri Aug 18 10:36:01 CDT 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE 7 Clipboard Access??? Help Please! You're welcome.
--
Pat




> Thank you for checking that website out and verifying that it wasnt just a
> problem I was having alone.
>

>
> > You can assure them I just had the same problem accessing their site. Others
> > may have clicked the allow button and proceeded to explore the site.
> >
> > I've had it happen with another graphics site only the clipboard request
> > disappeared after approx. 15 don't allow clicks. This site's request message
> > wouldn't go away.
> > --
> > Pat
> >
> >

> >
> > > I get the same message on the website www.chezmartine.com and I have Internet
> > > Explorer 7 Beta 3. I have contacted the website and they say they havent
> > > heard of anyone else having that same problem so they couldnt help me.
> > >

> > >
> > > > Hi! I get the following message on several websites I visit. I have
> > > > determined it's not the websites' problem, so it must have something to do
> > > > with IE 7. Anybody run into this and know what to do??? Any help would be
> > > > greatly appreciated.
> > > >
> > > > The message I get is the following: "Do you want to allow this webpage to
> > > > access your clipboard? If you allow this, the webpage can access the
> > > > clipboard and read information that y've cut or copied recently."
> > > >
> > > > Then you click on "Don't Allow" or "Allow."
> > > >
> > > > I've clicked on both, but the popup continues to stay open. Help!
> > > >
> > > > Shelly