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Netscape 7.0x not updating variable values

Hello,

I am having a problem with Netscape 7.01 & 7.02 not updating a
variable value in javascript. I have stepped though my code with a
debugger, and the values and code all look correct. This problem is
not happening in Netscape 7.1, but I really need it work at 7.0x
because many users use these browsers, and it would be a annoyance to
force them to update their browsers.

Is there a way in javascript to force the browser to update the
dynamic variables? I'm pretty sure this is a browser bug, but would
like to find a way around it with my own code.

Thanks in advance,
Luna
Jul 20 '05 #1
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DU
Luna Kwok wrote:
Hello,

I am having a problem with Netscape 7.01 & 7.02 not updating a
variable value in javascript. I have stepped though my code with a
debugger, and the values and code all look correct. This problem is
not happening in Netscape 7.1, but I really need it work at 7.0x
because many users use these browsers, and it would be a annoyance to
force them to update their browsers.

NS 7.0x is already a 12+ months old software, you know. Upgrading your
browser at least once a year is not a bad idea: consider the patched
vulnerabilities, weaknesses, bug fixes, new features, etc.. Mozilla 1.6
has 5000+ bugs fixes, improvements, etc.. over NS 7.02 (rv 1.0.2).
Is there a way in javascript to force the browser to update the
dynamic variables? I'm pretty sure this is a browser bug, but would
like to find a way around it with my own code.

Thanks in advance,
Luna


You're assuming a solution (force the browser to update dynamic
variables - anyway, do you really think you can force a browser to do
whatever?). You may think this is *the* solution but maybe you would
need a second opinion here.

- Can you post an url?
- Is your markup code valid/validated?
- Is your CSS code valid/validated?

The readers of your post can not provide any kind of meaningful
assistance without being able to actually examine all of the relevant code.

DU
Jul 20 '05 #2

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