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  1. 25 Feb '06 20:25
    I am running RedHat LINUX version 9 wsith Mozilla 1.2.1 browser. With this combination, I am forced to use the legacy board display.

    iceman85
  2. 25 Feb '06 20:40
    For what it's worth, I'm running Debian with Mozilla Firefox 1.02 and have no problems so far. Maybe you could try Firefox and see what happens?
  3. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    25 Feb '06 20:53
    Konqueror should be fine too.

    -Russ
  4. 25 Feb '06 21:24
    I'm using an IMac OS 9.2 computer with an internet explorer 5.1 browser and was forced to use legacy board display.
  5. Subscriber gezza On Vacation
    27 Feb '06 22:58 / 1 edit
    I prefer to use legacy with the following:

    Palm Blazer v4.3, on Palm OS.
    Mozilla 1.4.3 on Suse 9.0

    With Mozilla, having cleared the cache, even the new, non-legacy mode actually works pretty well (even though I posted elsewhere that it did not - I had not thought to try clearing the cache before reading here). The board is offset, covering some random text, but perfectly usable, and analyse board works well enough.

    On the Palm, the new board code does not work at all - I get a blank board with the from and to squares highlighted. Even with legacy, it is not possible to make a move on the Palm - pieces get highlighted and moved, but tapping the "move" key does not seem to transmit the move to the site, as the move is not made. It was not possible to make a move on the Palm, even before the recent board updates.

    A small legacy board now fits entirely on the screen on the Palm, which is an improvement.

    Cheers,
    Gezza
  6. Subscriber Ragnorak
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    27 Feb '06 23:00 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by johnchp3
    I'm using an IMac OS 9.2 computer with an internet explorer 5.1 browser and was forced to use legacy board display.
    You need to use Firefox.

    Thread 37750
    Thread 38823

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  7. 27 Feb '06 23:01
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    You need to use Firefox.

    [threadid]37750[threadid]

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    Thread 37750
  8. Subscriber Ragnorak
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    27 Feb '06 23:02
    Originally posted by Nordlys
    Thread 37750
    Gah!

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