This is an opportunity to re-write your script to modern standards!
Thanks Fang. I've not got the energy to put into it as some people have.
Originally Posted by Fang
eg: FICML Version
Now that's what you call a great adaptation. I have, however, been working on it. And yes it is Mozilla compatible, but I do not know why I bother. The previous version worked with Netscape fine. Now they go and change things. Bah...
Here is a Newish Version with alternate image sets. I feel these two give greater depth to the difficult to locate colors such as brown.
I hope someone likes it.
aka Draco Merest
That's progress for you
Originally Posted by DracoMerest
The version 4 browsers were rushed out just before the standards were adopted. Had they waited a few more weeks then there probably wouldn't be all the non-standard ways of doing things.
The good thing about standards is that there are so many to choose from.
Originally Posted by felgall
I stopped designing web pages when Netsape 7 was released as some of my scripts fell over. Fortunately the changes did not affect any of my commercial scipts.
If someone comments that something does not work in FF I often point them to http://www.thecounter.com/stats/2007...ry/browser.php and suggest they wait until that browser has enough users for me to warrant the effort.
FF was catching up with IE until IE7 was released. I do not really like this browser and can only imagine that new computers are being shipped with it preinstalled.
A slightly off the mark example of what's on my mind is a menu system I developed for a small hospital. The techs complained it was not NS4 compatible. After I requested the browser usage stats log they were shargrin to discover they were the sole users.
(Don't mind my ramblings, sometimes it's just good to leave a message for people who understand what I am writing :-)
4 years later and IE is finally standards compliant.
Originally Posted by toicontien
to update you in another 4.5 years.
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