Windows 7 sp1 64bit
IE 9 64bit
I have Active X filter enabled and tracking enabled.
When this interferes with webpage content I click the blue icon in the address bar to turn off the filtering for the particular website or webpage.
Active X used to turn off reliably.
did turn off reliably, I would have to go to manage add-ons and disable it there.
Now the blue icon has stopped working for Active X as well.
I have to go to the drop down menu and untick it.
I don't know why the blue icon has stopped working and I can no longer just turn off Active X filtering and tracking for a particular webpage but continue to have the protection elsewhere.
– Amie Mings
Restore file related to the problem The filter button in the Address bar does not turn off filtering. from Recycle Bin
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