Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th Mar 2006 18:07 UTC
Internet Explorer Microsoft has acknowledged that a planned update to the way Internet Explorer renders multimedia on Web pages could cause some serious problems, and promised to give developers an extra two months to modify their pages to ensure a smooth transition. The company was forced to make the changes in response to a patent dispute with Eolas Technologies. The fix would affect the way ActiveX controls are displayed on Web pages, according to experts. If no changes were made, a user would have to 'activate' an ActiveX or Java control before it would be usable. More on IE here.
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Sounds good...
by cb_osn on Wed 29th Mar 2006 19:36 UTC
cb_osn
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2006-02-26

"If no changes were made, a user would have to 'activate' an ActiveX or Java control before it would be usable."

This sounds like an upgrade to me. Where can I get it?

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RE: Sounds good...
by pr0c on Wed 29th Mar 2006 20:03 in reply to "Sounds good..."
pr0c Member since:
2005-07-06

Where can I get it?

99% sure it is on WindowsUpdate..

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