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JavaScript under IE?

I'm running 9.2.2 and the latest IE (5.1.7) for the OS.

For the last couple of days, JavaScript seems to be broken under IE.  It seems
OK for Netscape, but not IE.  I upgraded from IE 5.1.6 to 5.1.7 in the hopes
that JavaScript would update, too, but that didn't help.

What needs replacing?  From what source?  Thanks.
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briang
10/21/2003 2:42:35 AM
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In article <bn26er$2lg$1@panix2.panix.com>,
 briang@panix.com (Brian Gordon) wrote:

> I'm running 9.2.2 and the latest IE (5.1.7) for the OS.
> 
> For the last couple of days, JavaScript seems to be broken under IE.  It seems
> OK for Netscape, but not IE.  I upgraded from IE 5.1.6 to 5.1.7 in the hopes
> that JavaScript would update, too, but that didn't help.
> 
> What needs replacing?  From what source?  Thanks.

Have you confused Javascript, which is a function of the Browser and 
Java, which is a separate application that runs on the system?  What 
code is running on what web site that leads you to believe that 
Javascript is broken?

Java can be updated by going to Apple's site.  Don't know what the 
version for 9.2 is, but Java 1.4.1 runs on MacOS X 10.2.

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Michael
10/21/2003 5:04:25 AM
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