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Jsp on netscape 4.78 ???

hello all,

In INTERNET EXPLORER 6, on pressing the Enter Key, either the
page is Submitted or the onKeyDown/onKeyPress
is invoked.
IN NETSCAPE 4.78 on a solaris platform, the same does not happen...
i.e. On pressing the Enter Key the page is not Submitted
Does anyone know, if i have to change some settings ???
Can i use onKeyDown/onKeyPress on NETSCAPE 4.78 on a
SOLARIS 9 platform ??? this works fine on IE6 on windows.

regards,
gautam

Mar 15 '06 #1
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ga***********@g mail.com wrote:
hello all,

In INTERNET EXPLORER 6, on pressing the Enter Key, either the
page is Submitted or the onKeyDown/onKeyPress
is invoked.
IN NETSCAPE 4.78 on a solaris platform, the same does not happen...
i.e. On pressing the Enter Key the page is not Submitted
Does anyone know, if i have to change some settings ???
Can i use onKeyDown/onKeyPress on NETSCAPE 4.78 on a
SOLARIS 9 platform ??? this works fine on IE6 on windows.


Netscape 4.78... Wow... You must having really hard time of getting an
"adequate browsing experience" outside of your intranet :-) Not my damn
business of course but you might try at least Opera 8.x
<http://www.opera.com/download/solaris/>

About your question: it is not clear where are pressing Enter and where
are capturing events: in address bar? document.body? form field?
textarea? Any link to look at?

Mar 15 '06 #2

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