OS X I.E Explorer Problems

Bill Chin bchin "at" mdimension.com
Mon, 04 Jun 2001 22:52:12 +0000

The Java built into Mac OS X works great for stand alone applications, 
but the applet embedding stuff still have a ways to go. The newest IE 
preview does have better support and some things now work, but it's 
still spotty. Expect to have another Java update soon, probably around 
MacWorld Expo July. Until then, don't expect more than simplistic Java 
applets to work - it's a bonus if they do, but more often than not they 
don't work quite right yet.

Mozilla is available for Mac OS X, but the JVM integration part isn't 
there yet either. See http://www.mozilla.org/ports/fizzilla/

The latest VNCThing does work pretty well. Of course, I'm partial to my 
client, VNCDimension. However, I still have a ways to go before 
VNCDimension 1.0. You can give it a try, however, at 
http://www.mdimension.com/Community. You can, of course, run the 
standalone 100% pure Java VNC viewer too.

..Bill Chin
M Dimension Technology

On Monday, June 4, 2001, at 02:54 PM, A. John Peters wrote:
> 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
> Have not tried any other browsers
> Mozilla is not available for OS X.  I cannot find a beta.
> At 01:08 PM 6/4/01 +0100, you wrote:
>> >Is anyone else having problems with OSX.3 and Explorer 5.1?  The 
>> screen
>> >doesn't seem to fill correctly, and I  get Java errors?
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