Paul B. Gallagher wrote:
Paul Hartman wrote:
On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 10:29 AM, Ray_Net
Normally, here we see complains about the fact that soem sites works
IE and not with SM.
I have found a site working ok with SM but i am unable to use it
In fact the page does not work at all for me in Seamonkey 1.1.18 - it
is completely blank.
In IE8 it also fails.
Seems like a webmaster's problem to me.
Works fine here in IE8, blank in SM 1.1.16.
Cherchez un lieu pour déterminer sa position GPS ou déplacez le
marqueur sur la carte.
[17 Avenue Victor Hugo, Paris] [OK]
[map showing requested location]
You may want to update your compatibility list from M$. This is
probably one of those noncompliant pages written for IE7 only, which
IE8 knows how to handle if you tell it it's noncompliant but SM
doesn't because SM's philosophy is to punish the user for the
It's ok with my SM 1.1.14 ... so SM is not punished.
But you tell us, using IE8, about [17 Avenue Victor Hugo, Paris]
This is also ok for me at the load of the page... However the page did
not work...Have you tried to change the location, per exemple put
philadelphia in the zone, then click on "Ok" Is it still working ?
I began by dragging and dropping the marker (déplacez le marqueur sur la
carte) and the coordinates updated, though the address in the search
window did not.
Then I tried entering "Rue Galvani, Paris" (I could see it on the map),
and I got "error on page" in the status bar and the map went all gray
(though the navigation controls and Google notice remained). The rest of
the page was fine. It didn't matter whether I used the Enter key or the
"Go" button to request the update.
War doesn't determine who's right, just who's left.
Paul B. Gallagher
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