I have downloaded the newest version of SiteAdvisor, and have determined that for me, there is a conflict with NoScript (ver 220.127.116.11rc8, running XPPro and FF 5.0)
As soon as No Script is disabled, no more errors.
(Allowing scripts globally does not have any effect.)
Exc in EVhandl: TypeError: this.annotatePage is not a function
Exc in EVhandl: Error: Bad NPObject as private data!
I am hoping that this can be resolved by a simple setting in No Script, and that someone can advise me on this.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Saw some Java errors as well. Tried to disable SA in FF - the errors were more frequent. Tried also to choose not to view the Add-On bar at the bottom (where SA shows) and while it worked for that FF window , the next time FF was opened , it was back.
Also , there is a noticeable slow down in system response times when Secure Search is checked to be active.
The 3.4 version was installed Friday. So far , all sites ahow as a gray indicator in SA. Why?Message was edited by: jmckee on 8/13/11 7:48:32 PM EDT
Looks like this may be a conflict with a combination of Firefox extensions:
Taco w/ Abine
I now have FF5 and SA 3.4 in two accounts and I'm getting no pop-ups : I also have the latest version of NoScript installed. Try disabling the other two and see if they go away. If this is a repeatable problem you should probably post something about it over on the Mozilla forum and/or on the website of the add-on provider(s).Message was edited by: Hayton on 15/08/11 02:40:48 IST
Hopefully this is your opinion rather than MacAfee's official position! The fact that you are not experiencing any issues does not mean that there are none. I have the same problem on two different computers...one running Windows XP Pro, and the other on Windows 7. Clearly there is a conflict with SA and several of my other add-ons, as it works fine with the add-ons mentioned in my previous post disabled. The bottom line is that I had a perfectly functioning browser until installing MSA (which claims to be now compatible with FF5). As soon as MSA is disabled, all is well again. I do not agree with your seemingly 'not our problem' attitude. I can disable the one MSA add-on, or three other add-ons that I have been using. No issues at all with WOT, which I am now using instead of MSA. Not my first choice, but I see no other option at this time. FYI, I had also posted this on Mozilla and NoScript forums, but do feel that it is MacAfee's responsibility to make itself fully compatible. I had included pics of the actual pop-ups that I am receiving, hoping that it may help someone diagnose the problem.
What I posted was certainly not "McAfee's official position". I'm not saying there isn't a problem, but I am pointing out that it's not a universal problem, and if the latest versions of NoScript, SiteAdvisor and Firefox work together on my XP setup then the problem is likely to be configuration-specific. I advised disabling each of the other two add-ons in turn as an experiment to see if the error messages disappeared, which is pretty much the advice that Mozilla gives. And you have certainly done the right thing in notifying the problem to Mozilla and NoScript.
I have adblock and imtraslator but if I deactivate adblock on having initiated imtranslator he proves to be pop ups.only they disappear if I deactivate msa
New to the forums or need help finding your way around the forums? There's a whole hub of community resources to help you.
Thousands of customers use the McAfee Community for peer-to-peer and expert product support. Enjoy these benefits with a free membership: