This problem seems to only occur with Windows NT and applies only to V1.0.
If you receive either of these messages when running Internet Explorer or other system
utilities that use parts of the NT Explorer:
This page provides potentially unsafe information to an ActiveX Control. Your
current security settings prohibit running controls in this manner. As a result, this page
may not display correctly.
An ActiveX Control on this page is not safe. Your current security settings
prohibit running controls on this page. As a result, this page may not display as
This seems to be caused by the installation of comcat.dll version 5.0. Comcat.dll
is a Microsoft "redistributable" library necessary to support ActiveX controls.
It is included with The Panorama Factory installation because the color wheel
is an ActiveX control.
To determine whether you have version 5.0 of comcat.dll, open a file Explorer and
browse to c:\winnt\system32. Locate the file comcat.dll. Right click on the
file and select "Properties" from the context menu. A properties dialog
should appear. Select the "Version" tab. You should see the file
version displayed on this dialog.
I learned about this problem by reading this page: http://www.jsiinc.com/default.htm?/TIP0700/rh0763.htm
Apparently version 5.0 of comcat.dll disagrees with Windows NT. The workaround
described below reinstalls an older version of comcat.dll.
To fix this problem, reinstall comcat.dll. These instructions apply only to