Aha! Maybe this is why yours works and mine doesn't? I have 2.1, and don't
you have 2.0?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Douglas Bicknese" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 12:31 PM
Subject: Re: XMetaL Configuration Problem: Page Preview
> We had the same problem ourselves when we upgraded XMetaL 2.0 to 2.1.
> After an afternoon of tinkering with various microsoft patches and
> e-mailing Michael Fox, I ended up uninstalling everything and just
> re-installing the program as 2.0. The page preview feature works fine in
> If a new 2.1 macro file is not added to the cookbook, it might not be a
> bad idea to add a line warning XMetaL 2.1 users that the page preview
> macros might not function correctly with the macros provided.
> Douglas August Bicknese
> Visiting Archivist/Resident Librarian
> Special Collections
> University Library
> University of Illinois at Chicago
> On Tue, 5 Jun 2001, Michael Rush wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I have run into a problem installing the EAD Cookbook into XMetaL 2.1.
> > have double checked and am confident that I have copied the appropriate
> > files into the appropriate folders. Our network administrator
> > the software and double checked the upgrade. I was once able to install
> > Cookbook in XMetaL 1.2 at a different institution, so I am stumped.
> > The crux of the problem is that the page preview option generates an
> > Specifically, the dialog box says, "Automation server can't create
> > and refers me to Line 38, Column 2 of the ead.mcr file which is the
> > line of the following command:
> > // Apply XSLT stylesheet
> > var xt = new ActiveXObject("XT.Application");
> > xt.transform( xmlPath, xslPath, htmPath );
> > Has anyone else run into this problem? Our net admin talked with
> > and they weren't too helpful, but perhaps I will have to speak with them
> > myself.
> > Any help will be appreciated. My apologies if this has already come up
> > the list; the link to the list archives from the LoC page is not
> > Mike
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