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I will concretize and provide you more details on this.
Im using IE7 and IE8, so jserrors are represented the following way:
a) Icon in the left bottom corner –
b) If we set Internet Options –> Advanced -> Display notification about every script error to true, every script error will be shown as the separate window which looks like this:
Seapine support provided me the following solution – http://labs.seapine.com/wiki/index.p...g_For_an_Image
But it’s very slow as I have to check for jserrors after every action.
So I’ve implemented solution for (b) using the following function:
'If WaitForWindow("JSError", 100) then
It’s fast and working fine but I’ve faced new problem (The number of problems is just endless, I know)
Js errors can appear everywhere, after every action and in any quantity. So using my xJSError function everywhere will make my script run time just endless.
I need some kind of solution, that will run in background(?) and catch these errors.
Im open to work with .NET external dlls, maybe this will provide solution..
Any ideas about solution? Maybe some workarounds? I think this problem is quite widespread.