I just got an email from a guy that watched my WPF talk on the MSDN Live tour in Trondheim, he had downloaded one of my samples from that talk and gave it a go. But he constantly got this "Script Error" thing. The demo was using the WPF MapControl for Virtual Earth maps. It worked OK in all browsers he had tried. Kinda odd I thought.
The error message was "String was not recognized as a valid boolean". I googled the error message without any concrete results.
Then it struck me; "could it be… Naahh.. It couldn't, lets try switching regional format settings.." – I always set mine to English – U.S., without really having any good reason for doing so, seeing that I live in Norway. Anywho, I switched it to Norwegian, and there the same error was.
The simple solution, codewize, is to set the CurrentCulture to be Invariant:[code:c#]
System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = CultureInfo.InvariantCulture;
I haven't had time to investigate why this happens, but it sure is kinda odd, since running the map in a browser works and the WPF Control is in fact just a WebBrowser control, using the same browser.