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      • #352028 Reply
        WSRick Brant
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        When I add something like “flying text” to my FP 2000 page, people looking at the page in netscape get an error message and the page will not display. But it appears to work fine in IE. Is there a solution to getting the page to display in Netscape?

      • #510969 Reply
        WSTonyCook
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        How are you inserting this “flying text”?

        • #511025 Reply
          WSRick Brant
          AskWoody Lounger

          view – toolbars – DHTML effects – choose an event – page load – choose an effect – fly in – choose a setting.

          As I wrote, no problem with displaying the page in IE. But netscape doesn’t work.

          • #511026 Reply
            WSLeif
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            Just tried it here with NS4.08 and works OK.
            What version of NS are you having problems with and what are your FP compatibility settings set to?

            • #511042 Reply
              WSRick Brant
              AskWoody Lounger

              I have FP 2000. My compatability settings are for both IE and NS. All the technologies are checked except activex and vbs script.

              I use NS 4.7.

              Here is the URL to a site I have visited that exibits the problem I have with NS. See if it doesn’t work for you!

              http://www.thewashingtonians.org/

              Rick

              • #511043 Reply
                WSRick Brant
                AskWoody Lounger

                Well! Now it doesn’t come up in IE either. So, don’t go to that site [/www.thewashingtonians.org/]. But I still do have the animate.js problem when I try to add DHTML to my own web page.

              • #511044 Reply
                WSLeif
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                I can connect OK with IE, but with NS get:
                “The requested URL /animate.js was not found on this server.”
                ??

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