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  1. hrisula

    hrisula Thread Starter

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    Hi everybody,

    I recently made a web site for a friend of mine. Everybody that has a PC does not have problems viewing it. I was told that some people having a Mac encountered certain problems, they are unable to tell what exatly they see or not see, they vaguely say "issues with javascript" to my friend (who does not wish me to communicate with them)
    As I work on a PC, I have no way of checking these issues, So please anybody using a Mac, can you please verify the site, I will try to enumerate these "issues" to the best of my knowledge

    The address is : http://www.lydialukidis.com

    a) If you click on "withour Flash" you go to the main page. There is a nav bar with 8 links. When hovering on each link, there is a text that appears on the line just below. Do you see it on a Mac?

    b) These links on the nav bar should open in new pages, with specific dimensions, with or without scroollbars, in the center of the screen. Do they with a Mac? (somebody, without specifying what they see, said the javascript controlling this should be removed)

    c) In this nav bar, please click on "Gallery" Can you see the flash movie in its entirety? (somebody said they saw the first 2 pictures and not the rest of the movie)

    d) While on the gallery page, please click on the "non-flash version" link. Here I have a slideshow. Is it working on a Mac?

    A kind & knowledgeable soul has verified the site on OSX - saf 1.0 and all he says all is working fine, which makes me happy. The problem is with the other op systems & browsers. I am not at all familiar with Mac, so any suggestions as to how I can remedy the problems will be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you for your help and cooperation

    Hrisula
     
  2. ahhoe

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    Hi, I am using a powerbookg4.

    a) i can see the text below each link.
    b) yes, a new screen do appear when i click on each link. But i can only open a new window. Then when i click on other links, nothing happen. I have to refresh the webpage to get onto another link again.
    c) I too, also see the first 2 photos only. No movie after that.
    d) clicked on the non-flash button, theres no slideshow

    I am using Internet Explorer 5.2

    Hope it helps.
     
  3. hrisula

    hrisula Thread Starter

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    Thank you for taking the time to verify this for me. I appreciate your help
    Hrisula
     
  4. ahhoe

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    you are welcome :)
     
  5. clenny

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    I'm using a G3 iMac running OS 10.2.x and everything seems to be working okay. Does your friend have the latest version of Flash and the most updated version of java installed? I used the Safari browser to view the page. The slide show worked perfectly, pretty nice I might add. Which Mac OS is being used?
     
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