PLEASE KILL ACTIVE X on RC Groups. - RC Groups
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Apr 18, 2004, 01:25 PM
El Queso Grande


It went from bad to worse. Now I can't load any page without that stupid warning.

NO, I shouldn't have to switch browsers to eliminate this problem. Active X is turned off on my computer and WILL ALWAYS BE TURNED OFF.

SO quit with the active X scripts.

Others have complained, too. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE TURN THEM OFF!
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Apr 18, 2004, 03:11 PM
RCGroups tech support
Mike Kolesnikov's Avatar
Like was said before, we don't use even a bit of ActiveX in R/C Groups HTML code. There's a lot of Javascript and even one Java applet (on a chat page), but that's all. Something else is causing this for you, maybe flash banners? Does your browser show flash at all?
Apr 19, 2004, 09:33 AM
Registered User
Mike, The flash banners are a problem for me. I have the "uninstall flash player" utility on my desktop, which I often have to use after visiting R/C groups.

Is there a way to block what appears to be an automatic flash player download from R/C Groups? - thanks

- RD
Apr 19, 2004, 09:50 AM
Registered User
Just curious, but why would you not want a Flash player on your computer?
Apr 19, 2004, 09:53 AM
RCGroups tech support
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It is client-side setting, i.e. you should configure your browser to not auto-install it. However, I can't provide further details - I assume you use Internet Explorer, and I simply don't have enough experience with it. Somewhere in Advanced settings, I believe...
Apr 19, 2004, 11:08 AM
Registered User
In IE's Advanced settings, there are two "install on demand" options: Turn them both off if you don't want things happening without your say so.
Apr 19, 2004, 01:07 PM
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Sorry to hear of your upset and frustration. There is nothing 'activex' running on RCGroups. I'd like to suggest you try running a product such as "ad-aware 6" or "stinger" to check your machine for mining products that are causing you to see these pop ups when you open certain types of sites.

Mrs. AnnMarie Cross
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Apr 19, 2004, 03:16 PM
Registered User
Thank you Dave!

Sure enough "Enable install on demand (other)" was checked.

Not anymore ...

Re : "Just curious, but why ...?" Just a personal thing - I'm a text guy.

That squirrly stuff running around on the screen gives me a headache and slows my "bare bones" CPU down too much.

- RD

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