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Onerror - scoop - Jan. 18, 2013 08:47 PM

I am having issues with Onerror on certain pages scope: window:function v(y,z,aa){p({message:y,script:z,line:aa},true);}

Which web page filter or header do I need to disable to stop the error appearing?

Many thanks

RE: Onerror - JJoe - Jan. 19, 2013 05:57 PM

Some event handlers are intercepted and converted to buttons. Disabling "Sel. Event Handlers to Buttons" will stop this but may not solve your problem.

Disable the filter to test.


Name = "Sel. Event Handlers to Buttons     09.11.01 (read! fail) [pr sd] (d.1 l.3)"
Active = TRUE
URL = "$TST(hCT=*html)(^$TST(keyword=*.(a_js|a_jsmeth|i_button_b:0|i_level:[12]).*))$SET(jsVarsB=$TST(jsVarsB=(*$toButton: )\1(0|$SET(3=+)([^,]+)\2) \4)\1\2\31\4)PrxFail$TST()"
Limit = 1
Match = "$STOP("
        "The current set of intercepted events is defined in the"
        ""Various Events to Buttons Part II" section of "proxjs-full.js"."

RE: Onerror - scoop - Jan. 20, 2013 01:21 PM

That seems to do the trick JJoe. Also it has allowed me to install IE9 and IE10 without getting all the screen errors I had got before with Facebook.
Im not sure what that filter did?

Many thanks again.

RE: Onerror - JJoe - Feb. 04, 2013 02:33 AM

(Jan. 20, 2013 01:21 PM)scoop Wrote:  Im not sure what that filter did?

sidki Wrote:Various Events to Buttons Part I. - Paul Rupe, sidki

Create a button to call a given event handler directly if such a handler is defined.

Rather than disable e.g. window.onload completely, this lets you call it at will in case some page requires it to function.

Did you try clicking the button? I wouldn't disable the filter for all sites. I'd add an exception for facebook.