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RE: Re: Amaya handling of Java script

From: <s@m>
Date: Sat, 6 May 2000 17:36:37 +0100 (CET)
To: Etienne Baranshamaje <Etienne@komera.com>
Cc: tn-sam@netcourrier.com, www-amaya@w3.org
Message-Id: <Pine.LNX.4.04.10005061730350.6667-100000@avant-garde.7ouma.tn>
for my knowledge, the actual amaya team does not plan to implement it. but
they are not opposed to it. if you can do it, or if you know of someone
who can do it, i think your help would be appreciated. 

							
								s@m

On Sat, 6 May 2000, Etienne Baranshamaje wrote:

> Is there any plan to make it handle javascript, and if so, what is the 
> timeframe? Clearly, if this is to become a browser that is commonly used, and 
> it should, then this problem, while minor is  worth addressing.
> Etienne
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> =====================
> Etienne Baranshamaje
> Komera Corp.
> 301-9513441
> http://www.komera.com
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> [RE: Re: Amaya handling of Java script]
> s@m <tn-sam@netcourrier.com> wrote on Sat, 6 May 2000 14:35:41 +0100 (CET) 
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> 
> sorry but i misunderstood. amaya _does not_ handle javascript at all. i
> thought you were talking. about the editing of the javascript section in a
> html document. 
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> 								s@m
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> On Fri, 5 May 2000, Etienne Baranshamaje wrote:
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> > I don't think that it is a mouse or tab problem per se. I believe that it is 
> > Amaya's ability to handle javascript. Let me suggest that you visit this 
> > website to appreciate what I am talking about:
> > www.nba.com
> > 
> > Do visit it also using Internet Explorer or Netscape to have a good 
> > appreciation of the issue.
> > 
> > Appreciate your feedback once you have gone through this experiment.
> > 
> > My suggestion is that they should fix the problem and post it in the release 
> > (instead of asking people to download patches) so that one downloads a binary 
> > file and installs a fully functioning browser.
> > 
> > One of the problem I run into when I was trying to mouse double click or 
> click 
> > on tab is that it ended up editing the text on the page instead. Funny for a 
> > while but tiring quite quickly when one is trying to browse rather than copy 
> a 
> > page.
> > Etienne
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> > =====================
> > Etienne Baranshamaje
> > Komera Corp.
> > 301-9513441
> > http://www.komera.com
> > 
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> > [Re: Amaya handling of Java script]
> > s@m <tn-sam@netcourrier.com> wrote on Fri, 5 May 2000 21:25:57 +0100 (CET) 
> > 
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> > 
> > irene said that the tab bug is fixed in the cvs tree. 
> > you probably have a french keyboard like me. but i don't have problems
> > with the mouse and the return key (to be accurate, the return key
> > still behaves strangely sometimes) . i think you have to precise the exact
> > configuration you have.
> > 							
> > 								s@m
> > 
> > On Fri, 5 May 2000, Etienne Baranshamaje wrote:
> > 
> > > I noticed that Amaya does not take commands --return, tab, mouse left 
> click-- 
> > > on some web pages with java script. Is there a  solution to this?
> > > Etienne
> > > 
> > > =====================
> > > Etienne Baranshamaje
> > > Komera Corp.
> > > 301-9513441
> > > http://www.komera.com
> > > 
> > 
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Received on Saturday, 6 May 2000 12:38:06 UTC

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