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Re: Lexmark and Netsape (unrelated)



I have had this problem moving around the redhat site (if I use
the search field, in excite and on a bunch of other search engines

				-Claudius Li
				 aprentic retina min net
				 410-662-8092
				 PGP key at http://retina.min.net/~aprentic

On Fri, 10 Jul 1998, Linux Idiot wrote:

> swarts mediaone net wrote:
> > 
> > In Win32 try a view source on a page that has multiple JavaScripts
> > including some that are SRCed. You'll notice that it won't show
> > everything, it might just give you spaces where scripts should have
> > been. I've also had problems with the parser. For certain programs, not
> > all mind you, 4.05 won't know what to do, and will simply kick back some
> > errors, it will however work on 4.04.
> > I'm not sure exactly what the error is caused from. The script I had is
> > stored away somewhere, the project was changed and the script became
> > worthless. However I'm sure I'll run into it again.
> 
> So you are referring to a single javascript script that caused this
> problem?  I don't think I'd make a blanket statement that netscape 4.05
> has a problem such as this when your test base is so narrow.  As I
> stated before we do quite a bit of JavaScript code, sourced, client
> side, server side, and we have not seen the problem you referred to.  We
> support IE (3.0,4.0) and Netscape (3.0,4.0*) on Linux, HP, Sun, Win95,
> NT 3.51,4.0 and have not run into this problem.
> 
> Unless you can provide more specifics and possibly some examples, I
> would be making such statements.
> 
> 
> > 
> > Kevin
> > 
> > Linux Idiot wrote:
> > >
> > > swarts mediaone net wrote:
> > > >
> > > > I can vouch that the netscape problem exist not only on your system, but
> > > > everyone that has Netscape 4.05 for Linux. It seems the Netscape had
> > > > alot of problems with the 4.05 browser on at least two platforms Win32
> > > > and Linux. Win32 has some real big JavaScript errors.
> > >
> > > I'm using 4.05 on Linux and NT and haven't had these problems.  I'd be
> > > curious to know what Javascript problems you are referring to, as I've
> > > recently built a time reporting system at work using Javascript.  It's
> > > working well under Netscape 3.0, 4.0 as well as IE 3.0, 4.0.
> > >
> > > I disagree with the statement that everyone has problems with 4.05
> > > though.  I don't know what's different, but I've found 4.05 to be very
> > > solid, including when loading quite complex Javascript code.
> > >
> > > >
> > > > Kevin
> > > >
> > > > Claudius Li wrote:
> > > > > As a second problem
> > > > > ever since I upgraded to RH5.1 from RH5.0 Netscape has been acting up more
> > > > > than usual ( suspect that this is more a problem of th enetscape upgrade
> > > > > than the RH upgrade )
> > > > > sometimes after going from a page with a text entry field to a page with a
> > > > > text entry field or back to itself I get
> > > > > Warning:
> > > > >         Name: textForm
> > > > >         Class: XmTextField
> > > > >         Character 'O' not supported in font. Discarded
> > > > > repeated for a bunch of different letters
> > > > > sometimes this corresponds to what I entered in the text field sometimes
> > > > > not
> > > > > and sometimes it inserts extra characters into the text field
> > > > >
> > > > > Am I just too stoopid to find the init file that will solve all my
> > > > > problems?
> > > > >
> > > > >                                 -Claudius Li
> > > > >                                  aprentic retina min net
> > > > >                                  410-662-8092
> > > > >                                  PGP key at http://retina.min.net/~aprentic
> > > > >
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