OS X I.E Explorer Problems

A. John Peters ajpeters "at" otg-systems.com
Mon, 04 Jun 2001 22:54:37 +0000

What program/client do you suggest I use to connect to VNC server from a 
Mac OS/X?

At 03:23 PM 6/4/01 -0600, you wrote:
>Try using the "Applet Launcher" Application from the Utilities folder under
>Mac OS X.
>I think you will find that it also has major problems as far as screen
>refresh and other things.  I think it has real problems with "copyrect"
>because of this, and the fact that I don't have the same problems with
>other tools capable of running the java viewer, I am pretty sure it has to
>do with Mac OS X's java implementation.
>I have found that if I disable copyrect encoding, things behave and look
>much better.
>I personally have not found a web browser on Mac OS X that works right with
>the Java VNC viewer.  the one that comes closest is OmniWeb, but its
>keyboard handling is completely futzed.
> >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?
> >>
> >>You'll have to be more specific than that.  WHAT java errors, WHICH server,
> >>anything unusual about your network setup, blah blah.
> >>
> >>So far, I haven't got OS X final installed, but a friend is bringing over
> >>X.3 sometime today...  not that I'll exactly be thrilled at the prospect of
> >>using M$ IE as the default browser.  I'd best see if Mozilla is ready for
> >>OS X yet.
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