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*If* there is a limit, which I'm sure there is, it would be platform
that the frames themselves are have terrible memory management in 2.0.
Windows NT handles memory problems *much* better than Win3.x, and thus the
problem you're seeing. I remember a post in the Netscape Developers group
that had something to do with size of code. I'll look it up and get back to
BTW: The fact that some people can run their banners (seemingly)
indefinately on their Win95 machines with 24MB of RAM is no suprise. It's
Joe Average that loads a page with a few Java Applets and a poorly written
scrollbar that is sacraficied to the memory Gods. Lets try and remember
that were at the forefront of technology and can't Joe AOL to be *anywhere*
near us. To address the Monitor Poll that's been taken, I think it would be
smartest to assume 640x800 with 256 colors.
At 11:25 PM 3/13/96 +1000, Clayton Drury wrote:
>I have a curious problem. I am developing a new site which makes
>When I load the page containing the 40K frame in NT there are no
>problems. When I load the same page in Win 3.11, however, I get
>syntax errors where I know there are none.
>It appears that not all of the code is being loaded by Navigator.
>Breaking up the code and placing it in two frames confirmed my
>suspicions. All of the code loaded with no syntax errors. It seems
>that Navigator can only handle a certain amount of code per page.
>I did a word count and it seems to fall over at about 27,000
>Can anyone confirm this for me? Is what I think is happening what
>is really happening? What is the exact limit? How can I change it?
>What is the limit based on? Does it change from platform to
>platform? Is there any other way around it other than using more
>Thanks in advance,
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