[xubuntu-users] Javascript error in Firefox 3.0

John Botscharow info at jbotscharow.com
Tue Jun 10 10:11:34 UTC 2008

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On Tue, 10 Jun 2008 11:28:49 +0200
Yes, the site uses sniffer program. They require either IE 6 or NS
9[???] My son runs a Windows XP machine with FF installed and it works
fine in his FF but not his Opera. I have both FF 2 and 3 installed on
my machine as well as Opera 9.27 and Epiphany. The only way I can get
past the sniffer is in FF using the User Agent plug in. I cannot get
into it with Epiphany because there is  no browser identification.
Maybe if I could set that to either IE or NS, it would work. I don't

I can get to the student laumcher page okay and use the links in the
sidebar but not the main links that open the actually lesson catalogs.
When I click the links nothing happens. Just sits there like a lump on
a log LOL

I am going to  call them today and see if they will update their
sniffer but I seriously doubt it They use a Windows server and I have
found from experience that people who use Windows servers are generally
pretty uncooperative and clueless. Must be something in the software LOL

Vincent <imnotb at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 6/9/08, John Botscharow <info at jbotscharow.com> wrote:
> >
> > Hash: SHA1
> >
> >
> > A site I have a paid membership in that I use to homeschool my son
> > user images with javascript behind them for navigation. These links
> > do not work in Ubuntu, but they do work in my son's Windows XP. I
> > cleared the error console before trying one of the links in my
> > Xubuntu 8.04 and here is the error message I got:
> >
> > Error: window.navigate is not a function
> > Source File:
> > http://www.thelearningodyssey.com/PIP/pip_subjects.aspx?SessionID=AD810E305B984CC98D726EC5ACE9B687
> > Line: 524
> >
> > Any suggestions on how to get these links to work?
> As Cody said, this is probably not the appropriate list for Javascript
> errors, and I'm not fluent in Javascript myself, but this sounds like
> a problem with the website. Perhaps they have some browser sniffing
> code or something that triggers it, anyway, the website owners might
> appreciate it if you notify them of the error.
> (Or perhaps this error also occurs in Windows and just has nothing to
> do with the links not working? What does "not working" mean, by the
> way? Can you click them but is nothing happening, are they leading to
> the wrong location, don't they appear at all?)
> - --
> > Peace!
> >
> > John

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