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Old 04-08-2005, 03:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm a BB newbie. When I use the browser I keep getting 'javascript not enabled' errors. I've got a 7250 with 4.0 core and javascript package 4.0 installed. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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Make sure you have the blackberry browser and not the wap browser first.

If you do have the blackberry browser, try looking in the options and enabling javascript.
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Originally Posted by bfrye
Make sure you have the blackberry browser and not the wap browser first.

If you do have the blackberry browser, try looking in the options and enabling javascript.
I could use some help on this too. I have 2 7510s -using the HTML browser, one has the option to enable javascript under browser>options>browser configuration. The other one doesn't give me the option to enable javascript. Do I need to load it? and from where, it's not on the orig. BB cd or the BES 4.0 CD.

I appreciate any advice on what to try. Thanks
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I could use some help on this too. I have 2 7510s -using the HTML browser, one has the option to enable javascript under browser>options>browser configuration. The other one doesn't give me the option to enable javascript. Do I need to load it? and from where, it's not on the orig. BB cd or the BES 4.0 CD.

I appreciate any advice on what to try. Thanks
1. On the handheld's home scree, click the Blackberry Browser icon.

2. Click the trackwheel, then Options.

3. Select Browser Configuration. The Browser Configuration screen id displayed.

4. To enable or disable support JavaScript, click the check beside Support JavaScript, then Change Option.

When the check box is selected, support for that feature is enabled. When the check box is clear, support for that feature is disabled.

If the Support JavaScript check box does not appear on the Browser Configuration screen, it might appear on the General Properties screen.
In the browser options, click General Properties. If the Support JavaScript check box does not appear on either screen, verify the
JavaScript Package checkbox is selected in Application Loader.
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I'm using the 7750 and I get the "Javascript not enabled" message also; however, I cannot find any assistance with this machine. Is the 7750 not able to run Javascript?

I'd appreciate any help with this issue.
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I'm a BB newbie. When I use the browser I keep getting 'javascript not enabled' errors. I've got a 7100t with 4.0 core and javascript package 4.0 installed. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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