In the mean time, are you viewing files/pages that you recently viewed prior to installing the new Viewer? In my testing, I have found that the browsers tend to be reluctant to update their behavior for pages/files that are in their cache.
Well, you might try a system restart (suggestion offered reluctantly, as I do not really see how that would help).Also, the MIME type is essential. The live Scripto files work well for me.
Where should I look for for the MIME type ?
Checked the Chrome / Options / Under the Hood / Content Settings. This has plugins set to "Run Automatically"
NoteWorthy Composer 2 Viewer - Version: 188.8.131.52NoteWorthy Composer Browser Plug-in
Do you see the NWC Plugin in the "Disable individual plug-ins..." section? You should see it as:
I'll try completely uninstalling Chrome from the Control panel then re-installing, then re-installing the viewer an see what happens.
If I look in the Chrome Disble plugins area, there is an npnwcw32It says just that - npnwcw32 and does not have the text that you quoted earlier.
It says just that - npnwcw32 and does not have the text that you quoted earlier.
1) If you check the file properties for the Viewer\npnwcw32.dll files (from Windows Explorer), does it still have our digital certificate?
2) Do you have any other npnwcw32.dll files on your computer?
If you want to experiment, you can temporarily copy the npnwcw32.dll file into the Chrome program's Plugins folder.
When I send my Noteworthy file created in NWC 2.5 to my friends who have NWC viewer on their computer, <snip>. Any suggestions on what they need to do to open the file?
My daughter had the same probblem She installed the viewer and used it successfully. The next time she went to use it, it said "...font not found." <snip>My daughter installed it, and still had this problem.
Wouldn't someone saying they have a program "on their computer" be assumed to have "installed" it to get it there?
My daughter had the same probblem She installed the viewer and used it successfully. The next time she went to use it, it said "...font not found." She was not on the net at the time, but we managed to find the font in Program Files/Noteworthy (I think) and installed it successfully. This was a Vista machine.
I can't help wondering if there is something wrong with either the install routine, the application itself or the Windows versions in question. I don't recall if it has been only Vista/Win7 or if XP has been in trouble too.
I believe that there was a bug in the original NWC 2.5 installers with regard to installing/upgrading the font. It may have been fixed in the newer installers, but the issue will be reviewed to make sure that it is truly solved going forward.
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