Before, when I created a file in FrontPage 2003 and then saved it, it took about 1 second to save it. Now, it takes about a minute to save it. Im trying to figure out why.
Ever since this happened, I also noticed that when it saves a file, in the status bar it will say:
Processing file: c:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\FrontPageTempDir\wp3wj1kl.tmp.
When I save the next file, the status bar will say the same thing except this time there will be a different tmp file listed at the end of the path. I think whats happening is that (and someone tell me if Im wrong) every time I save a file, it now creates or processes a tmp file for it and thats whats causing it to take so long.
It will do this every time I create a new file and then save it. If I edit an existing file and save it, it will also take a very long time to save it but this time in the status bar it will just say: Requesting Data&
I have a second question. I tried searching for this FrontPageTempDir folder mentioned in that path, but I cannot find it. Ill get to the Local Settings folder, but instead of there being a Temporary Internet Files folder, there isnt one. And yes, I did make sure that Show hidden files and folders was turned on. I also used Microsoft Search for those temp files, but it doesnt find it. Why cant I find this phantom path that is displayed in the status bar whenever I try to save a file in FrontPage 2003?