The JSON returned is ok - this was the first thng i checked....

Here is the returned JSON..


As you can see from that and the code i pastebinned there is no trailing 
comma anywhere.. and it -was- working perfectly fine then just stopped !!

This is really confusing, i will continue to investigate !


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "david" <>
To: "Prototype &" <>
Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2009 10:09 PM
Subject: [Proto-Scripty] Re: Bizzarre goings on

> Hi Alex,
> If the code WAS working, the error could be on the received JSON  ?
> One though, IE don't like misplaced comma on JSON. For exemple, last
> element of an array that is followed by a comma don't work on IE.
> --
> david
> On 9 juin, 16:31, Jeztah <> wrote:
>> AFternoon guys/gals
>> Some weird behaviour in internet explorer .....
>> The code in the link above works in all browsers except Internet
>> explorer ..... It was working untill earlier today and i am now not
>> sure why... i have reverted any changes back to what they were when it
>> was working ....
>> At a glance can anyone see an error that would halt Internet
>> Explorer....
>> The strange thing is .. IE doesnt even throw an error, it does the
>> requests fine just doesnt do the bits after - its like it isnt reading
>> the JSON response....
>> As i said its working in all other browsers fine and has been for a
>> while so i know its not the backend response as it used to work in
>> IE!!..
>> Thanks in advance
>> Alex
> >

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