07-12-2011 07:18 AM
Cleaning up the old Java may have solved the problem. Keep an eye on the intrusion history for a while.
07-12-2011 08:12 AM
Huh, how about that. This Java thing is still pretty mysterious to me (one aspect of computing I haven't been able to put my finger on), but I'm not complaining since everything seems to be working normally now.
I guess we can consider the case closed!
07-12-2011 11:48 PM
I'm glad that cleaning up the old Java and getting it up to date fixed the problem for you. Also, please don't forget to update your Adobe products like Adobe Reader, Flash Player and Shockwave player. Thanks.
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07-13-2011 07:32 AM - edited 07-13-2011 07:34 AM
Interesting that you should mention Adobe Reader. Just last week I "downgraded" from Reader X to Reader 9 because the Search function (Ctrl-F) was completely screwed up. It was highlighting random results -- totally useless.
So I went back to version 9, and it found the right strings in the same PDF files. Then I let it update to 9.4.5 and, while it still does find the items I ask it to, it no longer highlights them. I have to look carefully on the screen to find the thin blinking cursor.
Foxit Reader is looking better and better all the time. The interface isn't as sleek, but the program does what I need it to do -- correctly.
07-13-2011 08:18 AM
PDF- Xchange Lite is very nice and offers a bit more utility than Foxit. There is a search toolbar with it that can be removed easily.