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Re: firefox



taharka wrote:
> Howdy,
> 
> On Mon, 2006-05-08 at 12:43 +0200, brouwers roland lx wrote:
>> On Mon, 2006-05-08 at 18:29 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
>>> brouwers roland lx wrote:
>>>
>>>>> >From what I can tell, this is a javascript issue that can be fixed by
>>>>> the offending site.
>>>>>
>>>>> They need to add "fixMozillaZIndex=true;" in the appropriate places.
>>>>>
>>>>> Please take a look at
>>>>>
>>>>> http://creatif.dk/mainsites/etdenmark1/www/index_uk.asp
>>>>>
>>>>> Where this is implemented correctly.
>>>>>
>>>>> Ed
>>>> You realize, Ed, that I cannot ask this broadcasting company to change
>>>> their site. It works with microsoft explorer. Why does it function with
>>>> the microsoft explorer and not with firefox?
>>> Sure, I realize that....
>>>
>>> This is another case of sites coding and testing only with IE.  In this
>>> world you will also find sites that require the use of Active-X
>>> controls.  A prime example of this is my bank's web site here in Taiwan.
>>>   Guess what, they don't work under Linux/Firefox either.
>>>
>>> But, yes, you could complain to the broadcasting company!  As a matter
>>> of fact...a few months ago I complained to the folks at the New York
>>> Times on some issue on their web site.  Guess what, others must have
>>> complained since a few weeks later they sent me a nice email to let me
>>> know of the fix and asking if I would test it for them.
>>>
>>> I suppose, if I were you, I'd take this to the Mozilla forums.  They may
>>> have some better ideas than I do.
>>>
>>> Ed
>> I will do as you proposed.
>> I thank you very much for your time.
> 
> Give the following a try. Download/install the Firefox extension
> user_agent_switcher, set it to "Internet Explorer 6 (Windows XP)", try
> the site again & let us know what happens ;-)

No change....none expected either.

> 
>> Roland
> 
> taharka
> 
> Lexington, Kentucky U.S.A.
> 


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