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Re: Netscape 2.0 bug w. onMouseOver?

tibbetts@inav.net writes:
 > >I've got a CGI that generates HTML. Among other things,
 > >it adds more informative information to the HREF links
 > >via JavaScript's mouseover tags:
 > ><A HREF="index.html" onMouseOver="window.status='Back to
 > >home page'; return true">
 > >However, I notice that this information doesn't register
 > >when the page is first drawn. When I move the move over
 > >links, the status area displays the URL. If I resize the
 > >window, the HTML gets redrawn, and now the correct infor-
 > >mation gets displayed. Has anyone run into this? Do I need
 > >to include something explicit (other than the onMouseOver
 > >code) in the HTML to get Netscape to recognize it the
 > >first time around?
 > >I'm using Netscape 2.0 on a Mac.
 > >Thanks.
 > >Ramon
 > Although I don't have a solution, I just want to add that this is also happening to me. I have a button, 
 > that is "connected" to an onClick, but the specified onClick action doesn't occur when the page is first 
 > loaded, but does work if I just resize the screen.
 > I'm also using Netscape 2.0 on a Mac. (Hmmmmmm.........)
 > Jamie

 If your "bad" pages contain image tags WITHOUT height and width
parameters you can get a lot of errors. Described one in an example.
But ... there are no images or images with these parameters I also
don't have a solution ...


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