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    Senior Member FairyJanis's Avatar
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    mac test / nn 4.7

    Hi all

    i have tested my site on a mac. but ran into a problem. if you click on links(can u check resume as well), in netscape 4.7 on a mac the text doesn't show. I am wondering if anyone else is having the same problems. Any suggestions on how to fix this. I believe it may be the font tags in the .txt file. thanks for all your help FairyJanis.

    URL
    http://fairyfyr.tripod.com/2.html


    text file
    http://fairyfyr.tripod.com/links.txt and view source to see the code

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    hi,
    i made a quick check, downloaded your textfile and made a simple swf with a html textfield with variable name "blue".

    inserted a
    loadVariables ("links.txt", "");
    stop ();

    uploaded it to my server and...
    it works for me with nn4.7


    how is the actionscript u use to load the textfile?

    ciao

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    Senior Member FairyJanis's Avatar
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    i am lokking at my action script, it appears to be the same, except for one minor detail. i have my stop(); above my loadvariables. I am wondering if that could be part of the problem. i will switch it and see if that helps. thanks for the help. cross your fingers.

    my script:
    stop ();
    loadVariables("links.txt", "");

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    Senior Member FairyJanis's Avatar
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    well i switched them. that didnt seem to be it. i am testing on a g4 os 9.2. do u think it could be a setting netscape 4.7 that is causing the problem. it works fine in explorer. i am also creating the swfs and text files on a pc, could that have something to do with it? any more brainstorms will be a real help. thanks.

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