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Missing Control Strip in 9.2.1
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Dec 2, 2001, 08:00 AM
 
I had installed 9.2.1 yesterday. Slowly adding extensions, etc. back in. However, when I added WorldText and Hebrew language kit, now the CS doesn't show up. Interesting in that Conflict Catcher does not indicate any conflict. When I go to the control panels, and select Control Strip, I get a message that says: "Control is installed but not active. Would you like to start up Control Strip?"

When I click "Start Up" then about 5 seconds later I receive another message: "The Control Strip could not be started up."

Any ideas?
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Dec 3, 2001, 11:59 PM
 
Originally posted by Shades of Gray:
<STRONG>I had installed 9.2.1 yesterday. Slowly adding extensions, etc. back in. However, when I added WorldText and Hebrew language kit, now the CS doesn't show up. Interesting in that Conflict Catcher does not indicate any conflict. When I go to the control panels, and select Control Strip, I get a message that says: "Control is installed but not active. Would you like to start up Control Strip?"

When I click "Start Up" then about 5 seconds later I receive another message: "The Control Strip could not be started up."

Any ideas?</STRONG>
At the suggestion of Mac user on another board, I began checking the CS modules. Then I remembered that only one was added when things went south - Shockwave CS module. I removed it - and voila! The Control Strip is back!!

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