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Thanks for finding reason 2,993,882,581 why I hate IE :) February 6th, 2013 Reply Ashraf Bashir That's awesome … it works finally ! February 4th, 2010 Reply Devin Walker Thanks a lot! As soon as I hit submit I think of something else to say. It works fine in Safari and Chrome (with no errors in console).

Thank you SO MUCH for posting this. Aya-ay What a monster IE small mistake is not allowed. April 20th, 2012 Reply Eric Marschall Still alive and kicking! I saw this and fixed it manually because it's well documented (as issues if you google search) that IE7 hates trailing commas after the last object.

Saved me a lot of time. –Gökhan Kurt Apr 1 at 14:42 | show 4 more comments up vote 76 down vote Using the word class as a key in a That little coma it's suppose to be good practice! Also in IE 7.0, not having a semicolon at the end of a line caused an error. It really helped me.

Exactly the problem. Sometimes you get those errors that just pick at you and you can't seem to find a solution. Firefox won't notice until someone clicks and so activates the bad javascript. thanks!

U are the man! December 6th, 2008 Reply Phoebe Thank you, thank you, thank you - only wasted 30 mins on this then I found your tip! April 2nd, 2010 Reply Jonathon Ryan - I'm glad to see you're still checking comments. Thanks for posting it.

IE has wasted many hours of my life. Good luck. Thanks! share|improve this answer answered Aug 13 '11 at 0:34 Muhd 6,787114559 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Remove the unwanted , sign in the function.

February 25th, 2010 Reply Martin You are a life saver, thinking of sending Microsoft an invoice for unnecessary time wasting. March 16th, 2010 Reply jlfenaux Thanks a lot. Seems soooo simple, but you just saved me 42.7 hours and 17000 grey hairs. Max no of attachments : 3Loading User Profile...

It helped me many hours of debugging. Saludos! December 1st, 2009 Reply Lars Daniel Forseth Thanks man, you saved my day! October 29th, 2010 Reply langtu0780 Thank you very much for sharing this!

IE sucks big time! :( September 20th, 2010 Reply Steve Thanks! probably would have taken forever to find that fix!! :) March 14th, 2012 Reply Evelien thnx…. Is the NHS wrong about passwords? weird that it doesn't break chrome or firefox… May 7th, 2010 Reply Rob THANK YOU!

What a life saver. It will find these improperly placed commas, among other things. share|improve this answer answered Apr 24 '14 at 13:49 Niels Steenbeek 1,58511227 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote You may hit this problem while using Knockout JS. Send Update CancelFeedbackEmail IDSubject : Comments : Send CancelPrivate MessageType the characters you see in the picture below.

November 11th, 2011 Reply Todd Damn you for not getting me to read your page sooner. January 31st, 2010 Reply Graeme Lewis One of the very few times I have done a Google and found the exact answer first time. August 16th, 2011 Reply Yaron THANK YOU! I f**king hate IE with a passion March 9th, 2010 Reply Benja Thanks a lot.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. March 5th, 2012 Reply vishal thanks, it helped me……………………………. Saved me a ton of time. This was my problem, too.

Here's a very shortened example of the code I was working on. Here is a full list of "Reserved Words" developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/… –Edgar Zagórski Jan 8 '14 at 15:35 | show 3 more comments up vote 11 down vote Actually I got something like Works like a charm! Cudos June 27th, 2011 Reply Erin This just saved me a lot of time - thanks!!

I'm totally happy with qtip. I can wait for IE 7 & IE8 to go away! Thanks for sharing. you will get the solution.

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