The new version can be installed immediately, or precached for offline installation later.This article applies to Active X Controls, not applications or Java applets.Alas, yesterday noonish, both machines again went nuts.
Rebooting changed nothing, though it took a minute or so after reboot for the problem to reappear, which allowed me to do some hasty troubleshooting.
Meanwhile, my quadcore purred along without incident.
After several rounds of furious activity, all is well.
Since I was not as methodical in my endeavors as I could have been, I regret that I cannot provide you with the steps required to mitigate the issue of DOM not updating.
After about two hours of screaming fans, let go of the CPU, and everything returned to normal.
In the meantime, my quadcore and that creaky old SP2 machine have shown no symptoms.I believe the fix came when I moved all KNJS initialization code into the JQuery $() doc ready handler.My best guess is that the DOM was in an undefined state when I attempted to initialize the observers. Steve, Thanks for responding and thanks for all the great work.Resizing the actual browser window (drag borders, e.g.) does raise the events to trigger observable bindings in all browser modes.Steve, Thanks for responding and thanks for all the great work.I have computers the way some people have mice (those other mice, with legs) and two days ago, a couple of them went nuts.