The ebooks that I have created using Activ Ebook will not shut down completely.
By this I mean upon exiting an exiting an ebook created with the 4.01 Activ compiler, I can hear a lot of hard drive activity. This will continue indifinitely until I bring up the task manager with <ctrl><alt><del>. It then shows the name of the ebook and [not responding]. I then cancel the ebook that way.
My system is as follows: Microsoft ME IE6 Activ Compiler 4.01
I have taken the follow steps to rule out any issues with the html: - I have removed all password protection - I have made it with a one page web site with no "extras" just plain HTML - I have downloaded and reinstalled the Activ compiler (version 4.01)
It is still doing it.
Can someone try to download a sample ebook I have posted here and confirm it is doing it also? I would like to confirm that it is not specific to my computer only.
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