This is despite having this option turned off under the browser settings for E-Test.
To make things worse, on playback, whenever these dialogs come up, E-Tester freezes up completely and must be killed with the task manager.
Has anyone seen this happen? Is there any way of making E-Tester stop popping up these dialogs? While the JS errors are very trivial, and do not affect the page, it is not trivial to fix them, as the JS is generated within rather complex servlet code. I'd like to just have E-Tester ignore them, as IE does, so I can get on with recording the automation scripts.