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CP/M User
June 1st, 2006, 02:10 PM
I was just wonderning if anyone here is using the following Web Browsers:

Mozilla 1.8.0.3

Safari 312

Mozilla 1.7.12

If so I was just wonderning if they worked on my website (http://www.geocities.com/cpm22_user/images/Taradale/09-January-2005/)?

Cheers,
CP/M User.

atari2600a
June 1st, 2006, 03:43 PM
I'm using Firefox "Bon Echo" 2.0 alpha 3:

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8.1a3) Gecko/20060526 BonEcho/2.0a3

I don't know if it's supposed to look like how I saw it, but to me it looked like an FTP server with <IMG SRC=""> tabs.

CP/M User
June 1st, 2006, 11:33 PM
atari2600a wrote:

> I'm using Firefox "Bon Echo" 2.0 alpha 3:

> Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US;
> rv:1.8.1a3) Gecko/20060526 BonEcho/2.0a3

> I don't know if it's supposed to look like how I saw
> it, but to me it looked like an FTP server with <IMG
> SRC=""> tabs.

The link I have above should have this on top...
Index of /cpm22_user/images/Taradale/09-January-2005

...In Size 6

A bar, followed by a Parent Directory link, then series of
thumbnail images (left, centre, right) per line, 7 lines & on
the last line 1 image on the left. If you click on the
thumbnail (image - or title below) - some Javascript will open
a new window & post that large (and I mean large) picture
within that box (if it don't there's big trouble).

There should be any HTML/Javascript code visible.

Anyway, I can only test this site on what I have - I been
fortunate to test my site using MAC OS X which seems to look
better than on my Windows box (the joys of using a Mac I guess! ;-D.

I should warn people - on Dial-up the images take a while to
fully load. One image which ain't quite so bad is the second
last picture of the Wallaby Grass Flower on the right hand
side.

Cheers,
CP/M User.

ribbets
June 2nd, 2006, 11:55 AM
Running Safari V312.6 Did not see any problems with your site . And did see some good photos of the vegitation from Aussie Land

CP/M User
June 2nd, 2006, 02:04 PM
ribbets wrote:

> Running Safari V312.6 Did not see any problems with
> your site . And did see some good photos of the
> vegitation from Aussie Land

Cheers - yeah, I've only just covered a small amount - not
sure if this'll lead to anything, but have had some
interesting feedback.

I'm no expert photographer though the camera seems to help
with that.

CP/M User.

Terry Yager
June 2nd, 2006, 02:40 PM
A good camera these days should be idjit-proof...

--T (spoken as an 'idjit')

CP/M User
June 2nd, 2006, 10:40 PM
Terry Yager wrote:

> A good camera these days should be idjit-proof...

Well I must confess - the lense on my camera can be tinkered
around quite a bit, but I've never really gone into this all
that much. I mostly used it for Macros (one reason for going
Digital cause you need to for some plants), taking general
photos - like you'd find in an ordinary camera & Movie Making
- which I'm doing more now than anything else. The Camera can
do a lot more than just that though - in a way I'm happy it's
there - cause it'll give me the change to perhaps play around
with it sometime.

A friend of mine thinks I should get more into the RAW photo
shots though - cause in some cases it gives you the chance of
analysing the whole photo & picking up stuff you can't get
from a JPEG. As a rule of thumb - JPEG compresses the image -
so in a sense you could be loosing information from that.

But finally most of all, because I use the Automatic shots
feature on my camera just about all the time - the camera is
making a judgement on the shot & in most cases seems to get it
right (but isn't 100% all-the-time - usually when the weather
is clear, plenty of light comming in is the best time).

CP/M User.