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  1. #21  
    well isn't that just great... have the same problem, I am a sprint user... so now that we have a native pdf reader in the form of doc to go 8.01 now we have to choose... java script sites on blazer or pdf native reader... that is @#$$it
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    #22  
    I think i'm having a similar problem as everyone else. I'm on a gsm treo650 on t-mobile and i havent been able to login to bloglines.com and when i try to login to gmail it tells me i have cookies disabled, even though they arent. curiously if i go turn off cookies it doesnt show me the cookies disabled message and just lets me get into my account, still no luck with bloglines though. I just dont understand it worked fine until a couple of weeks ago.
  3. #23  
    I don't think Docs2Go is the problem. I've never installed that on my Treo and I'm having the same issues as every1 else. A hard reset DID NOT fix the problem, as I tried it while it was still vanilla and the problems were still there.
    If God brought you to it He'll bring you thru it!
  4. #24  
    Turns out that Documents to Go has a mangled file association that it sets. Instead of "application/pdf" it sets "applicationpdf" and blazerf is choking on this. I've laid it out for their tech support, but not heard anything back from them since last thursday. I'm using the <A href="http://www.resco.net/palm/explorer/v_2_60.htm">new beta of Resco Explorer</a> to assert the corrected association for DXTG, and blazer is consistently working perfectly again.
  5. #25  
    Hey bklech
    can you walk us thru the process for the technological challenged ones...
  6. #26  
    Sure, go to http://www.resco.net/palm/explorer/v_2_60.htm and download the latest beta of Resco Explorer.

    I don't remember exactly what the screen looks like for a new installation, but there should be an item for "Control Panels" - you'll want to click on that and if presented with a menu of options choose "Explore". Inside of Control Panels are six options, you'll want to explore the "Associations" item.

    Look through the list for the item with file type: "applicationpdf" and application: "Documents"

    Select that and delete it.

    Click "Done"

    Then from back in the main view, choose the Menu>Tools>Manage Associations item. Check the box for "Restore on each Reset", press the button for "Backup", and dismiss the dialog by clicking "OK". That'll leave you at least working.

    I don't know if or how much of this is crippled by not running a registered copy of Explorer.
  7. #27  
    I just saw in the ChatterEmail forums that DataViz posted a patch to Docs2Go8 that fixes teh hijacked bad associations problem. The patch is working fine for me now. (If you followed my directions above for the work-around, do remember to turn off the Associations Manager in Explorer, too.)

    http://support.dataviz.com/support.srch?docid=13719
  8. #28  
    Quote Originally Posted by bklech
    I just saw in the ChatterEmail forums that DataViz posted a patch to Docs2Go8 that fixes teh hijacked bad associations problem. The patch is working fine for me now. (If you followed my directions above for the work-around, do remember to turn off the Associations Manager in Explorer, too.)

    http://support.dataviz.com/support.srch?docid=13719
    Good find. Eventhough I uninstalled Docs2Go a while ago, running their patch fixed my java errors.
  9. #29  
    hey bklech thanks man for helping
  10. #30  
    Help anyone -
    I downloaded the dataviz patch file that bklech linked to in this thread but still I find I'm getting java script time out errors when trying to access webmail (tampabay roadrunner) nor can I even get to my govt work webmail anymore. Both worked fine on my Cingular 650 phone that I'm about to send back (got a sprint model do to the cheaper data plan.

    How many Sprint users have this problem and has the dataviz patch fixed it?
    Next stop is Sprint support I guess.
  11. #31  
    Hmmm.....Went through the Dataviz patch install but the patch calls for me to place the dataviz.prc file in on my hard drive (C drive;program files;Documents to go file). Except there is no 'documents to go' file in the program files window??

    Anyone know what is going on with that? I am a windows user.
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