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    cfdebug (IE 6 SPk 2)

    Hello everyone;
    A site which used to open OK does not anymore. Some fields became invisible.
    I receive a message "difficulty to connect. add cfdebug to your URL properties".
    Any help on how I can do that?
    As usual, thanks a lot in advance for your valuable help.

    DanielR

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    Re: cfdebug (IE 6 SPk 2)

    That is a strange request. What site is it?

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    Re: cfdebug (IE 6 SPk 2)

    The only information I found that makes sense in relation to your question is related to ColdFusion Ajax De######. But I don't know how that would apply to your situation. Are you trying to write or change some code on the site ??? As Joe asked, what is the site you are getting this from ??
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    Re: cfdebug (IE 6 SPk 2)

    Gentlemen;

    Thank you very much for your replies.
    I am attaching a text file which has the URL.
    It is a magazine here (Toronto, Canada), which has listings of movies.
    The tab Movie Names, it shows me a blank space.
    When I click Theatres, and if I click a particular theatre, again, I see a blank.
    For Rep Cinema Listings, there it shows data of movies and theatres.
    I am confused, as this site has been working OK fro me for years!
    Thanks again for your help.

    danielR2
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    Re: cfdebug (IE 6 SPk 2)

    It's easier for other Loungers if you post the URL directly:

    http://www.nowtoronto.com/movies/filmtimes.cfm

    or as a link, by placing <!t> before and <!t> after it:

    http://www.nowtoronto.com/movies/filmtimes.cfm

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    Re: cfdebug (IE 6 SPk 2)

    I don't get a message about cfdebug, but the Movie Names tab is blank for me too. I'm sure that the problem is on their side, not on yours or mine.

    Select Tools | Internet Options, and activate the Advanced tab.
    Make sure that "Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)" and "Disable Script Debugging (Other)" are ticked.
    Make sure that "Display a Notification about ever script error" is clear.

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    Re: cfdebug (IE 6 SPk 2)

    Thank you very much for your help.
    I set in Tools as per your indications; but the situation did not change.
    Nevertheless, the fact that you also see same, it's helpful as it clears my side. I sent them an email, and will report to you future developments.
    Thanks a lot again.
    BTW: Hans: Thanks four your indication regarding URLs.

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    Re: cfdebug (IE 6 SPk 2)

    Well, gentlemen;

    No explanation given, but the fact is that in NOW (pun intended), movies names are displayed, as you can verify.

    It appears that my letter made them correct he problem.

    Best regards.

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