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    Hey, I am running windows xp, and i create a html file with some javascript, and save it onto my desktop, i run it to see if everythings cool, and the script does not run.

    Some sample code that wont work:

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    <script type="text/javascript" language="JavaScript">
    
    alert("TEST");
    
    </script>
    Anyone know how to fix this? JavaScripts work online, but I like editing offline.

    Thanks, in advance

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    answered my own question

    hey, i fixed it. thanks for the help

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    Works for me when I save it as an html file.
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    It was probably an IE6 SP2 security issue that stopped scripts from running, including the ever-deadly, all-comprimising alert() function.
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    Quote Originally Posted by filburt1
    It was probably an IE6 SP2 security issue that stopped scripts from running, including the ever-deadly, all-comprimising alert() function.
    I think you hit the nail on the head...
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