Vista Bug Effecting Explorer 7.0

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Johnny E. Liner, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. Hello,

    I am not sure where to go to report a bug; so, if this is the wrong
    forum, please let me know where I should go.

    The nature of the bug I discovered deals with Internet Explorer 7.0
    running under Vista. On my regular XP machines, this bug is not
    present when using IE 7.0.

    Basically, when I right click on a hyperlink in IE 7.0 running vista,
    the context menu opens, but I can't click any of the menu items - in
    particular "open in new tab".
     
    Johnny E. Liner, Feb 12, 2007
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  2. Johnny E. Liner

    Rock Guest

    It works as it should on this Vista Ultimate RTM system. Just because
    something isn't working as it should in one installation doesn't make it a
    bug.
     
    Rock, Feb 12, 2007
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  3. Johnny E. Liner

    Bob Eyster Guest

    It works OK for me!

    Bob Eyster
     
    Bob Eyster, Feb 12, 2007
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  4. Johnny E. Liner

    Frankster Guest

    Works fine here. I'm just stating this so you'll know that it may not be a
    bug. It may be something wrong with only your system.

    -Frank
     
    Frankster, Feb 12, 2007
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  5. Then on the other hand it may be a bug! I have reported here about
    how IE7 operates in Home Premium on a laptop. You open the browser or
    go to a website using the favorites and the browser opens along with 2
    tabs for a website you know nothing about and when the close all the
    tabs and the browser there is another copy of the IE.

    I have tried all the anti-virus programs and anti-spam program and
    still have the problem. Right now the 90 day trial for Windows One
    Care is installed and working. After a complete scan we still have
    the
    same problem.

    One thing I can say for sure, we did not have this problem using IE7
    on Windows XP Home. Until this is fixed the Firefox browser is being
    used instead and it works as it should.

    Al
     
    Alfred Kaufmann, Feb 12, 2007
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  6. Johnny E. Liner

    Frankster Guest

    This has ZERO to do with the OP's problem description.

    -Frank
     
    Frankster, Feb 12, 2007
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