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Thread began 4/24/2009 4:09 pm by millsteven342483 | Last modified 4/24/2009 6:32 pm by millsteven342483 | 1546 views | 1 replies


JS Error

I guess this is a continuation of a prior poet. I must be growing stupid!!

I uninstalled the mxp - rebooted etc and reinstalled.

I continue to get the same error which appears to be due to the js files not being created.

I start the wizard and enter the API and the the address poop. The next page persists in giving me an error: "while executing onmouseup in wagmp_map, a Javascript error occurred."

The only thing created on the site is an empty promaps_cache folder, agoogle_javascript folder with an images subfolder. Nothing in any folder.

Is it this tough???


PS I haven't been around in a while. Where are all the old messages?

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