OS X I.E Explorer Problems

A. John Peters ajpeters "at" otg-systems.com
Mon, 04 Jun 2001 21:27:51 +0000

I would like someone else verify the problems I am seeing.  I am new both 
at VNC and OS X  Have only 1 mac to work with.

At 08:51 PM 6/4/01 +0100, you wrote:
> >Error 1
> >The VNC Screen doen't fit in the browser.  If I maximize the browser, I get
> >a Java runtime error.
> >
> >Error 2.
> >Doesn't always repaint the whole scrren  Some times only does a patchwork
> >of screen painting.
> >
> >Error 3
> >Get I.E. fatal error when leaving a VNC site.  Stops I.E 5.1 and I have to
> >restart.
> >
> >Error 4.
> >VNCThingy halts midway in a screen refressh.
> >
> >Servers are Caldera e-Server 2.3,
> >NT 4.0 Service Patch 6
> >Windows 98.
> >All systems work for Linux clients and Windows clients uling I.E.  4-5.5
> >and Netscape 4.7-6.0
>It sounds like someone needs to redirect the question at Micro$oft, and
>perhaps Apple (depending on whose JVM is in use).  Java is, after all,
>supposed to be a "crash-proof" (har har), cross-platform (write once, debug
>everywhere in practice) system...
>from:     Jonathan "Chromatix" Morton
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>uni-mail: j.d.morton "at" lancaster.ac.uk
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>Get VNC Server for Macintosh from http://www.chromatix.uklinux.net/vnc/
>Version 3.12
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