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1. java script.
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Ok gang...my problem is!!!
A few sites I go to use a java script thru the browser..."firefox"1.0.4
after logining in, and opening the chat windows...say there are four
windows open for this application,, the longer I remain online
the slower the response is and eventually the browser becomes unstable
and even freezes the desktop so I need to reboot the system..
I am using the latest version of java from innotek.
Two.
I am able to to use the (clt-alt-del) to reboot the desktop.
after getting into that program, and reseting the wps...and exiting the
program, the browser area is blacked out, as is most of the desktop and
the mouse is not working, thus need to 3 finger salute my computer...
any help
three
on booting...I get to the last and it is looking for a wireless signal...
for 55sec....how can I make that a zero...
I knew it was in the last install box...but can't find out how to change the
time out setting for it..
Best
Dave
Date: 27 Dec, 2005 on 18:08
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2. Re:java script.
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Hi Trident!


Trident (27 Dec, 2005 18:0:
Ok gang...my problem is!!!
A few sites I go to use a java script thru the browser..."firefox"1.0.4
after logining in, and opening the chat windows...say there are four
windows open for this application,, the longer I remain online
the slower the response is and eventually the browser becomes unstable
and even freezes the desktop so I need to reboot the system..
I am using the latest version of java from innotek.

I don't understand here... are these sites using a script written in "javascript", or are they using java applets?
Despite the confusing name, "javascript" has nothing to do with java.
You say you're opening "chat" windows... are you using Chatzilla?
You should describe your problem better...


Two.
I am able to to use the (clt-alt-del) to reboot the desktop.
after getting into that program, and reseting the wps...and exiting the
program, the browser area is blacked out, as is most of the desktop and
the mouse is not working, thus need to 3 finger salute my computer...
any help

Why are you resetting the desktop?
If I correctly understand you're having problems with mozilla firefox, so you should be killing firefox, not the desktop.
After C-A-D, bring up the list of processes and kill (with the hard kill option) firefox.


three
on booting...I get to the last and it is looking for a wireless signal...
for 55sec....how can I make that a zero...
I knew it was in the last install box...but can't find out how to change the
time out setting for it..
Best
Dave

I don't have a wireless network, so can't help here, sorry.

Bye

Cris

Date: 29 Dec, 2005 on 09:21
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Hi Chris..
I'll try to be more precise in my explenations.
1. the site I am going to uses javascript. as a chat window..
(not firefoxes chatzilla)..if I have java turned off, the windows will
not open....and I get a message that java is needed...
One firefox is opened, and 2 java aplets open, one of which is
a IRC style chat...
After anywere from 1 hour to many hours the names list might
disappear, or cannot pvt chat with them...if I pull the window to another
place on the desktop, it leave a shadow.. It has been said that it might
be a video problem..
hope that clears what I am saying..if not, just let it drop...I know
how hard it is to communicate about computer problems...
Best

2. I need to use the (CAD) to reboot the screen, as it now becomes
frozen...the mouse does not work, drop down menu does not work
but after using (CAD) and exiting the program...the desktop is mostly
black and I need to reboot the system....This to has been mentioned
as a video problem...I'm using the snap driver.

2.

Date: 29 Dec, 2005 on 13:52
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4. Re:java script.
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Hi Trident.
Thankyou for your explanations.
The chat window is Java then, not javascript.
Unfortunately, I don't know what to suggest... I think GoldenCode Java could do a better job, but it is not free.
Regarding point 2, I'd say that you need NOT restart the desktop, otherwise you'll get those black shadows you're experiencing. Try to kill Firefox instead, and any copy of java you may have running. Use the "hard kill" option. That should solve the problem without rebooting.

Hope this helps...
Bye

Cris

Date: 30 Dec, 2005 on 13:08
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How much RAM are you running Trident?
Date: 30 Dec, 2005 on 20:07
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I hope plenty...128video ram
512 RAM..
the chat window says loading javascript...sorry if it was not..
any way of improving the java performance?
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Date: 05 Jan, 2006 on 16:15
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