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GFP
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GFP
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Red X in History

Does anyone know what would cause a user to see a big red X across his history tab when he is trying to add something?

 

thanks, Tracy

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GLComputing
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Re: Red X in History

Never heard of this...

 

Web or Windows client?

 

What version of ACT! (the full build from Help | About)?

 

Does it happen every time?

Every contact?

When logged into the demo database?

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Re: Red X in History

We are using Act Premium 2008 (10.0) (EX Edition) Version 10.0.1.199.   Yes, it is happening all the time to my one user... and now I often (but not always) get it after I have imported new records from Simply Acct.  However, it appears in my calendar rather than my history tab.  I have to reboot each time to be able to use my calendar... VERY FRUSTRATING!!!
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Oops, sorry... windows version... and we are not using the demo database, we are using our company database.  Also, I have 8 other users and none of them are experiencing this problem.
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Re: Red X in History

I used to have the same issue, but only when I clicked on the scroll bar in the daily view, in the calendar views.  It would also be accompanied by and overflow error window and an OK button.  You hit OK and ACT would shutdown.  Then I did the hot fix 10.0.2 - and now I have some sort of graphic problem where the scroll bar should be. 

Windows XP SP3Act 10.0.2.191

with hotfix 1 

Thank you, 

Patrick

 

 

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