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Revision 20 . . March 4, 2005 11:21 am by 157.252.10.156
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Changed: 27c27
An attempt has been made to write the PPR web interface so that quality degrades gracefully if one uses a reduced-capabilty browser. It is deemed important that the web interface behave well in high-quality text-mode browers and in browsers without CSS, frames, and JavaScript?. Though some workarounds for buggy browser have been included, it is recomended that you run a recent release of an actively maintained browser.
An attempt has been made to write the PPR web interface so that quality degrades gracefully if one uses a reduced-capabilty browser. It is deemed important that the web interface behave well in high-quality text-mode browers and in browsers without CSS, frames, and JavaScript. Though some workarounds for buggy browser have been included, it is recomended that you run a recent release of an actively maintained browser.

Changed: 35c35
Links version 2.1pre4 running in text-mode with JavaScript? turned off is the text-mode reference browser used for PPR development. It is also the principal low-end graphical reference browser. Version 2.1pre13, at least as distributed with Mandrake Linux has a bug which prevents opening links in new windows.
Links version 2.1pre4 running in text-mode with JavaScript turned off is the text-mode reference browser used for PPR development. It is also the principal low-end graphical reference browser. Version 2.1pre13, at least as distributed with Mandrake Linux has a bug which prevents opening links in new windows.

Changed: 43c43
Some testing is with these browsers. In PPR 1.52 the JavaScript? menus work only just well enough to be an impediment to navigation. This will be fixed in PPR 1.53.
Some testing is with these browsers. In PPR 1.52 the >JavaScript menus work only just well enough to be an impediment to navigation. This will be fixed in PPR 1.53.

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