That is strange - might be worth checking the apache error log files
just in case there is anything useful there, but I can't see how this
would affect it.
Keisler Mark-QA4437 wrote:
> After sending the message I tried this against the test Topic on the CS site
> and it worked fine for me, also. For some reason it is really slow from my
> server. Not sure what to look at...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Sitsky [mailto:sits@...]
> Sent: Monday, May 08, 2006 4:41 PM
> To: Keisler Mark-QA4437
> Cc: codestriker-user@...
> Subject: Re: [Codestriker-user] zoom with FF
> Mark Keisler wrote:
>> When using codestriker with Firefox and viewing the full source of the
>> file by clicking on Parallel, the zoom out command (Cntrl + Scroll
>> up) temporarily freezes the pop up window and my browser too. Zooming
>> in does not have this problem, nor does the normal browser.
>> Has anyone experienced this? Not sure why this would be.
> I didn't know Firefox had this feature - how neat, I always used Control
> +/- to zoom in and out.
> I just tried it myself and it worked fine. This is really outside
> Codestriker though - once the HTML is in Firefox, the manipulation of the
> display is purely a browser function, there is no communication with the
> server in this case.
> I'm using Firefox 22.214.171.124 FWIW.