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Topic: Windows XP/IE6 crashes when closing a PDF file.
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 82754
From: joeyedwards
Date: 3/13/2003 02:50 AM

My company has created a Browser Helper Object that is used to track our member data in Internet Explorer. Everything works as designed until the user views a PDF in the browser, then tries to close the window with the PDF in it the browser crashes. We have tried to do coding work arounds. But the only thing that will stop the browser from crashing is the user navigating "Home" or just off of the PDF before closing. Then our problem is that these PDF's are set in IE pop-up windows with no navigation buttons. (these PDF's are from an external vendor)

Looking for any help or knowledge on how to work around or fix this problem. Can give specifics of our Browser Helper Object if needed.


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