markknecht at gmail.com
Wed Nov 3 15:09:22 CST 2004
On Wed, 03 Nov 2004 14:55:18 -0600, Marc Williams <marcw at onlymooo.com> wrote:
> Mark Knecht wrote:
> > On Wed, 03 Nov 2004 14:19:33 -0600, Marc Williams <marcw at onlymooo.com> wrote:
> >>>Duane Clark wrote:
> >>>>... here is an attachment from Quicken 2002 Deluxe.
> >>>Oops, here it is.
> >>Indeed, all of my other sections besides "Online" look as good as your
> > Just a wild question, but does this problem occur if you start Quicken
> > without calling up your existing database? Very slim chance, but maybe
> > the problem is somehow created because of the database itself?
> Hmmm... Well, ok. I seem to have yet another issue. In setting up a
> new .qdf in order to test your hypothisis, I discovered that Quicken is
> having trouble load IE.
> Before installing Quicken I had installed IE. It took a little doing,
> but I got it loaded and running well. I start it by merely running
> "wine IEXPLORE.EXE". Seems to work well. But just now, in setting up a
> new .qdf, and specifically the "Online" section, Quicken insists on
> doing something that takes it out to the web, I guess. At the bottom of
> the screen is a notice "Starting Browser..." or some such thing. But it
> never starts. I also attempted to Register this copy of Quicken. The
> initial registration screen appears but hitting the "Continue" button
> make it disappear with no further action. I suspect this is also web
> So not only do I have a minor font problem but I now seem to have a
> larger IE problem. arrrrrrgh...
I thought this was a fairly well known problem with Q2001. I think
that most people have not been able to do the online registration
part. I never was able to using that rev of Quicken. When I moved to
Q2004PE it worked OK.
How did you get IE installed and recognized by Quicken? I thought that
was petty difficult.
Anyway, you're not the first (I think) to have this problem...
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