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  1. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    26 Sep '02 00:49
    Thanks to Maggoteer who hacked about with some RHP javascript, and prompted me
    to test with the recent build of Netscape. It worked just fine with a minor
    code revision to RHP.

    I have tested on Netscape V7 (it is very nice - in fact I am using it right now)

    If you are a Netscape 6 user, please can you tell me how you get on. (Please
    provide OS and browser version)

    Maybe only web tv users (all 2 of them) will be the only ones to suffer the old
    interface now.

    Thanks in advance.

    -Russ
  2. Donation maggoteer
    The MAKIA
    26 Sep '02 01:22
    There's only one thing I can say - WHOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
    Glad something I thought of FINALLY worked!
    I'll have to go give it a try in Netscape now!
  3. 26 Sep '02 05:08
    that's great!

    any thoughts on mozilla (which i thought was practically a netscape clone) -
    still getting those radio buttons 🙁
  4. Subscriber Russ
    RHP Code Monkey
    26 Sep '02 08:34
    I'll try at the weekend. If it works, I'll make it live straight away.

    -Russ
  5. 05 Oct '02 08:20
    mozilla/nutscrape - i thought it was the other way round ;-) whatever,
    mozilla 1.0.1 WinXP is fine now. Anyone tried Opera to see if that is
    OK?
  6. 13 Oct '02 20:10
    thanks for the clarification - it prompted me to look at the O'Reilly article
    "mozilla is not netscape"
    (http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/network/2000/08/18/magazine/moz_aint_netscape.html).

    i tried win98 opera5 on rhp many months ago - it didn't work too well. the chess
    board kept getting garbled.
  7. Donation Rhymester
    and RedHotTed
    27 Oct '02 04:16
    Using AOL 5.0 on my Mac - no joy and back to the old pins on the board - not
    that I could make moves. BUT I've installed Netscape 7.0 and everything appears
    to be working fine!
    Mac G4. OS 9.2.1. Haven't tried it in OSX as yet because I'm staying clear of
    that for as londg as possible.

    Rhymester