I haven't quite figured it, but there's something weird with
Mozilla/Galeon and reloading pages created from POST. It just doesn't
seem to do it. I usually go back and resubmit.
There's still something about Netscape 4.x, despite all it's lameness,
that keeps me coming back from time to time. It's just so much more
responsive than all the modern browsers, even IE (though Opera could
probably win me over if I gave it a chance).
On Thu, 2001-11-29 at 15:55, Chuck Esterbrook wrote:
> On Windows, I develop WebKit sites with IE & OneShot.cgi and simply hit
> reload after I make changes. Everything works fine.
> However, on Linux, both Mozilla and Galeon always give back the same page
> when I reload even though they seem to churn through the CGI script.
> Konqueror gives me back a new page, but loses the last set of POSTed
> variables thereby causing other problems.
> In all cases, completely quitting the brower and restarting works, but
> that's obviously painful.
> I tried adding this to SitePage, but it didn't help:
> def awake(self, trans):
> Page.awake(self, trans)
> setHeader = self.response().setHeader
> setHeader('Cache-Control', 'no-cache')
> setHeader('Expires', '0')
> setHeader('Pragma', 'no-cache')
> What browser do you guys use for developing WebKit sites on Linux? Do you
> have this reload problem? Do you use OneShot?
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