David Simmons wrote:

> "Ned Konz" <ned / bike-nomad.com> wrote in message
> news:20011024185908.CAC9A3919 / helium.ruby-lang.org...
> 
>>On Wednesday 24 October 2001 11:51 am, Jim Freeze wrote:
>>
>>>>-- Dave S. [www.smallscript.org]
>>>>
>>>Hmm... Looks like www.smallscript.org is windows exclusive. It crashes
>>>netscape on Solaris and FreeBSD. When I turn off javascript, it
>>>then complains that my browser does not support frames. Huh?
>>>
> 
> Hmmm.
> 
> That is very good feedback. The site is being revamped, but it is good to
> know what you're telling us.
> 
> That site was authored inside "RoboHelp" and emitted as a website directly
> from the tool. In other words, I really have no idea what it is emitting to
> provide the navigation controls.
> 
> I do know that it makes use of JavaScript [and possibly Java] to present a
> tree-view on the left side for navigation and provide searching facilities.
> I also know that it does not use any COM/ActiveX controls. The product
> claims that it creates websites that are accessible from standard javascript
> enabled browsers on any platform.
> 
> The site worked fine from IE, Netscape, and Opera under any flavor of
> windows.
> 
> I was not particularly concerned about the website in its early form. But as
> things progress this becomes a critical issue. Obviously we'll have to make
> sure it works on the different browsers of differing platforms.
> 
> 
>>>I would like to visit the site, but do I really have to buy windoze to
>>>
> do
> 
>>>so?
>>>
> 
> Absolutely not.
> 
> 
>>And under Konqueror it tries to load a bunch of Java applets; turning off
>>Java still doesn't work.
>>
>>Under Mozilla it just does nothing.
>>
> 
> Sigh...
> 
> 
>>--
>>Ned Konz
>>currently: Stanwood, WA
>>email:     ned / bike-nomad.com
>>homepage:  http://bike-nomad.com
>>
> 
> Thanks guys,
> 
> -- Dave S. [www.smallscript.org]
> 
> 
> 
> 

Works fine on OSX 10.1 using the latest Mozilla...