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Rafa
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Post by Rafa »

Ie7 gives me in Kerkythea.info the "Operation aborted" error message in Ie7.
I have Skype installed, but for the moment Im not changing its configuration to monitor this error.
Testing it in Firefox.
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Post by alex »

no problem with Kerkythea.info ;)
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Post by GreyHead »

Hmmm . . . I did just get that message in IE7 for the first time, then I retried and the page loads fine, got the message again a couple of refreshes later, then all is well again . . . odd.

Googling suggests that it's a JavaScript problem.

I'll try changing the theme back to the default and see if the error goes away.

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Post by GreyHead »

I tried another theme and that seemed OK so I've switched back to Chromatophore and turned off the slide show - I'm not seeing the IE7 error . . . yet . . .

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Post by Frederik »

Works excellent for me as well now... Both using IE7 and Firefox... ;) :thumbup:
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Post by GreyHead »

Excellent - at least I now know that the problem is (most likely) with the slide show code.

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Post by Rafa »

Ok, vacations are over :D

Thinking about the page structure, my proposal is this for the main menu. (I'm ataching the excell file, its easier for cut and paste the structure)
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Post by Fletch »

can someone delete the avatar for user "rattus" please?
I'd do it, but forgot how to get there.
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Post by notareal »

Fletch wrote:can someone delete the avatar for user "rattus" please?
I'd do it, but forgot how to get there.
Well, looks like we need some active administrator... he still has that huge avatar, even he been notified of that.
http://www.kerkythea.net/phpBB2/profile ... ile&u=3704
This is the first time I needed to use Adblock with kerkythea.net.
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Post by Frederik »

Sorry about this, guys...
The avatar is now deleted...
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