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Posted By : goetkemj - 6/21/2002 6:09 PM
I am running Finale 2001d for Windows on Win98se. I have the newest default.htm file downloaded in my Finale 2001d folder. I have downloaded and installed the SmartMusic Viewer for Windows. I am trying to post my music on my webpage which is hosted through AOL. When I save my music as a web page, I am able to view the music when I open up the web page from my hard drive. However, when I upload the .htm file and the the .MUS file to my online web space, the music fails to open, and then AOL crashes. I searched through the other posts, and tried resaving the .MUS file with all lowercase letters (xxxxx.mus). There are no spaces in the file name, and the file name is only 3 characters. I've noticed this problem with many other posts, but I have used all suggestions listed, with no success. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!


Posted By : nordensten - 6/22/2002 3:15 AM

does it make any difference if you save the file using only digits in the filename, e.g. 123.mus?


Posted By : goetkemj - 6/22/2002 6:31 PM

I tried saving the file with only numbers like you suggest, but it didn't work. Thanks though!


Posted By : Tyler - 6/23/2002 7:58 AM
Does it work if you use Internet Explorer 5.5 or above instead of AOL? The only two browsers officially supported are IE and Netscape.

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Posted By : goetkemj - 6/28/2002 12:19 PM
I am using IE 6.0. I tried opening the web page with it, and it gave me an error message saying that the file type was not supported.