Help troubleshoot a problem on IE7 which we cannot reproduce.
A couple users reported the "1-Click Menu" toolbar button does not work after upgrading from IE6 to IE7. (See video attached)
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1) You must experience the same problem on IE7 to bid.
2) All bids must include a video (in AVI or Flash format) that shows the problem does exist on your computer by going through the steps outlined in [url removed, login to view] (attached)
**Bids without the required bid video above shall be rejected.
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Assistance in reproducing and troubleshooting the problem until the problem is identified and fixed, which may include:
- Remote connection (via VNC or Remote Desktop) to our testing environment (XP Pro SP2 on VMWare) to help reproduce the problem there.
- Remote connection (via VNC or Remote Desktop) to the computer which you are experiencing the problem might be needed.
- Complete step by step instruction to reproduce the problem.
- Complete configuration details on the computer software and hardware environment of the computer experiencing the problem.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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Windows XP SP2, fully updated via Windows Update
IE6 upgraded to IE7