From: Samuel Flores <samuel.flores@ya...> - 2005-06-23 17:28:07
It's finally all working fine.
I guess the lesson learned is to execute mysql queries before loading =
jmol viewer. It's still a little hack-ish, but it works.
Thanks for your help.
[mailto:jmol-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of Miguel
Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2005 9:47 PM
Subject: Re: [Jmol-users] strange internet explorer behavior
> Hi Miguel (and others),
> Thanks for your help. The jmol cgi script is now running on my =
> It has a strange issue when I view it on internet explorer, though. I
> up the cgi script: =
> and it works.
Works for me on Firefox Linux. Am not currently near a Windows machine.
> Then I click the refresh button and the viewer window
> disappears. On another machine, the viewer window doesn't show up at =
> even initially. Does anyone know of special problems with internet
> to watch out for?
I am not aware of any problems like this.
IE is generally very stable.
Q: Are those instances of IE running the MSFT JVM or the Sun JVM?
Q: Are the machines on the LAN or are they running across the internet?
Q: How fast/slow are the machines in question?
One thought ...
I see that you are using the 10.00 release. The prerelease 10.?? =
are using a different class loading mechanism. It means that the applet
can get initialized and return control to the browser much sooner. While
it was built primarly for Mac OS X browsers, it significantly changes =
loading behavior of the applet.
I would like for you to try the prerelease 10.?? (whatever is the =
and see if the behavior changes.
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