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Category WebWatchBot Errors (Not Relating to Installation) 
Question/Issue For some HTTP watch types, switching to the Output view causes a program crash. 
Answer/Solution UPDATE: A check has been added at start up to alert users to turn off script debugging which is causing this problem.

Symptoms:
Watch Items of type HTTP or HTTPS load very slowly. When trying to view the output of some of these types of Watch Items, the WebWatchBot Manager application will pop-up a dialog asking if I want to debug the application.

Cause:
This problem involves two issues:
1. The Windows script debugger is installed on the same computer and script debugging is enabled.
2. The page being monitored has a JavaScript error.

Resolution/Workaround:
To workaround the problem, you will need to change a setting for Internet Explorer:
1. Open the control panel: Start -> Control Panel
2. Open the Internet Options control panel applet.
3. Select the "Advanced" tab.
4. Under the section "Browsing", ensure the option "Disable Script Debugging" is checked. 
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