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    Re: Primary Framework Interactive Planning Tool

    Nope it dosent teacher sometimes work from home and to change proxys is nightmare also still store data in profile (as a teacher told me steer clear its still crap tried it at home happy just to copy and paste.

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    Oh, dear! I got asked to download this and install it today. Didn't get very far, as zip file for network version took ages to extract to folder on share and then class came into suite. Staff training taking place after school today from a laptop/IWB (not networked). Perhaps they will have decided it is not needed....!!! Bit concerned about the data being put into profile, anyway, as our profiles are deleted on logout!

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    Re: Primary Framework Interactive Planning Tool

    thats ok but some of our teacher use laptops at home so have offline roaming profiles with a limit on the profile fills it up in two cuts. If you can cut and paste just goto there website and use it direct from there. Its better quick and dont cause tou ict tech a heart attack. found out today with network version Its no better just looks like they have imbedded the script from this site ??

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    Re: Primary Framework Interactive Planning Tool

    Just read the dozen-ish lines that are the comprehensive network install guide including this on the proxy:

    "where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address or URL to the proxy server"

    An URL huh?

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    Re: Primary Framework Interactive Planning Tool

    Quote Originally Posted by PiqueABoo
    Just read the dozen-ish lines that are the comprehensive network install guide including this on the proxy:

    "where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address or URL to the proxy server"

    An URL huh?
    Yes, a URL - such as ours which is adslcache.rmplc.co.uk...

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    Hey, i have been asked to install this rubbish onto the network in a school. i have had a brief run in with this when the Network version was not released, and found it was a pig!
    running the network version and everything seems to be running fine. just a few questions
    When run for the first time, is there suppose to be any default templates for the users?
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    is the Images, Mathmatics, literacy ect. drop down in the content manager suppose to be empty? and if so how does the user add objects to it?

    i have had a little play and already i am not liking ¬_¬

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    Well I'm in the process of downloading the network version as I type this as hopefully this version will work but I'm not holding my breath...

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    it seems to be working fine for me, and i have just looked at the website and saw some templates.... i have nto had my coffee yet... thats my excuse and i am sticking to it ^_^

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    Its installed, configured and "seems" to be working.

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    Re: Primary Framework Interactive Planning Tool

    Maybe this is me, but I've spent a couple of days grappling with the network version which is supposed to be OK! I printed the instructions from the Primary Frameworks website, but somehow the lines to edit for the proxy were not correct on the printout (I only know that now as I went back to the page at home and have found the extra lines). As a result, the proxy settings weren't complete and the page on the first tab didn't load unless I went into Options on the menu bar and manually edited the Network tab settings. Not sure how this happened....

    It takes a while to load once it is started. I'm going to attempt to get it going properly tomorrow!!

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    Re: Primary Framework Interactive Planning Tool

    Success! It is still slow, and the fact that there is no message to say "Loading...Please wait" or something, and the egg timer goes off and on, means that click-happy users are going to load and reload the thing. That is, if anyone gets the time to use it.... But I've done it, and can tick it off!

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    Re: Primary Framework Interactive Planning Tool

    Has anyone received the message:

    getGuidFromAssetUrl: Component retirned failure code 0x80004003
    (NS_ERROR_INVALID_POINTER)[nsIDOMSerializer.serializeToString]

    I get this when I open one of the word files you can download. I am using office 2003 standard with all updates. Even though I get the message the file still opens OK.
    If I load the url into ie7 & open the word file it works fine.
    I have searched the web & found references to the error in firefox but no fixes suggested.

    any idea anyone??



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