Abobe Script error message version 10.

Vanessa Rottner

I had installed a widget for a blogger platform, I kept getting error messages: the movie is running slowly causing script to stop do you want to continue 'yes' or 'no'. I have read other remarks on Adobe forums: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/479989. I have gone back to the source of the widget in hopes they can provide a solution. I'd like to know what IT world members think for a viable solution...it might well rest with Adobe. Thank you.

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jimlynch
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Hi Vanessa,

I suggest uninstalling the widget. It sounds like it's messing up something so perhaps the easiest thing to do is simply get rid of it. You might also want to look at other similar widgets and try them to see if they offer the same functionality without the bugs.

Good luck, I hope it works out well for you.

afinch
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Vanessa - What widget is it?

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