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08-08-2004, 04:09 PM
hey im having trouble with the links menu at the top of the main page
i cant get into any of them
eg - free stuff - no pop up menu appears :(
i probably just need to turn somthin on in internet explorer
08-08-2004, 05:09 PM
OS, Browser etc. etc.
give us some information to work with please :)
09-08-2004, 01:29 PM
yeah im guessing a bit more info on my system would help
windows xp home
internet explorer 6.02-----
don think you need to know the cpu and all that :roll:
Yeah sounds like an IE setting problem.
To correct do this:
got to Tools-->Options
delete all cookies and Files
Then go to the security tab, set all zones to the default level
then go to the advanced tab and restore defaults.
Close the IE window and open a fresh one, try the menus again.
if this doesnt do the trick let me know, I have a few more things that we can try.
10-08-2004, 02:02 AM
hmmm nah USED-3DT that didnt work :(
what else you got for me
10-08-2004, 02:18 AM
if you want to save yourself all that trouble, just download firefox, it's a faster browser and you won't have the problems with it. You shouldn't anyways.
very small download as well, just 4 megs
10-08-2004, 10:03 AM
hey DanielB-3DT downloaded that program firefox and still cant access the top menu
i will wait to see what else USED-3DT has if not
can i just get the web address's for the tutorials main section
and i will add that as a favoriye and hopefully i can get to that.
10-08-2004, 11:56 AM
I'm using firefox and IE when i have to, works fine on both. :cool:
hopefully jeremy will come up with something :)
10-08-2004, 12:00 PM
hey yeah hopefully
this site worked great before the attack you guys had on it awhile ago
i didnt have any trouble back then
just wait till USED-3DT see what he recommends
28-08-2004, 11:01 AM
28-08-2004, 02:56 PM
I have the same problem ... with windows XP and MyIE2 ( it's the same thing with Opera or FireFox ... ) :(
10-10-2004, 07:25 PM
i hope i'm not too late in posting this....
til recently i had the same problems with the pop up menus at the top of 3dTotal. also now of the adverts at the side of the page would load either. this was happening in IE, firefox, and netscape.
the problem wasn't 3dTotal tho....it was Norton Internet Security (and i expect other brands on Net Security would do the same). Basically it was blocking the code that makes a lot of the content work.
To fix the problem, I opened up Nort.Net.Security, went into the "privacy control" menu and clicked "configure" on the right. a new window opened up and i clicked "advanced" at the bottom of the page. Then into another window. clicked the "add site" button at the bottom of the page....and added the 3dtotal url. then with 3dtotal selected....go through the "global settings", "user settings" and make sure everything is set to "permit". Then go into "ad blocking", click the "add" button at the bottom, and add the strings "/ad", "/banners" to the list (making sure you select "permit" again.
If that still doesnt work, click "add site" again and add the url " 184.108.40.206" and repeat all the rest :)
then hopefully you can enjoy 3dtotal the way it's meant to be enjoyed :)
hope this helps. if things STILL dont work, open Net Security again and go into the "statistics" sections, click "view logs", and see whats being blocked in the "content blocking" and "privacy" sections.
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