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  • ASKANDY
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    Thanks Aaron

    You got all the brains in the family!

    I passed the info on to our web guru

    Hope the folks aren't running you ragged!

    A

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  • ROCK
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    AWEAVER.............HAHAHA........... OK I'LL GET BRIAN OR SUE TO TAKE A LOOK AT IT..........YOUR LAST COMMENT MADE ME CHUCKLE........ HAHAHA...........SO IT FREAKS..........BRIAN SUE WHAT DOES THAT MEAN ..........ROCK..........
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  • aaron
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    have yer web dude try changing this:

    preloadImagesTmp006F34E3()

    to this:

    preloadImages()

    ...in the javascript located in the page header.. basically it's trying to call a function that is not defined anywhere, so it freaks.

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  • ASKANDY
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    Wow Aaron!
    You da man!!!

    Now the english version...

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  • aaron
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    rock,

    there's various methods to prevent the photo from displaying past the browser window dimensions. if there is a content management system built into this site (which i doubt) it should be smart enough to know the dimensions of the jpg and if it is not within certain bounds, to force it. if not, it displays at the jpg's default size, which is often too large.

    i'd ask brian to revisit the code there if possible.

    what rpm was referring to i'm guessing is a javascript error which flags itself when it comes across some code that has errors and can't parse. from there you can choose to activate the debugger or cancel. unfortunately cancel doesn't really "cancel" it only closes that popped window.

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  • ROCK
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    RPM........... MAN I THOUGHT HE HAD HEALED IT ALREADY........ I HAVE FORWARDED YOUR CONCERNS......... IT MIGHT TAKE HIM A BIT BUT I'M SURE HE WILL TRY AND FIGURE IT OUT.............. HE IS ONE OF THE SITE ADMINISTRATORS...............HANG IN THERE...............ROCK..
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  • rpm
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    script error

    Oops, spoke to soon. The same error message is popping up again.

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  • rpm
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    script error

    Hey Rock,

    I don't know if Brian did anything,but for the first time in many moons I'm not experiencing the problem.Thanks for the help.

    Ron

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  • ROCK
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    RPM.......... WELL I'LL TELL YOU WHAT A GUY BY THE NAME OF BRIAN IS THE COMPUTER GERU ON THESE 2 SITES MILLER/HOBART. I THINK I'LL HAVE HIM TAKE A LOOK AT IT MAYBE HE HAS THE ANSWER......... WE'LL SEE.... THANKS FOR THE FEEDBACK................ROCK...
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  • rpm
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    script error

    Well Rock,

    It happens every time I click on a link and a new window opens.
    The error window says something like:do you wish to continue writing scripts?, or something like that.Like I said it happens with my
    computer at the shop,my computer at home and my laptop,which run windows 98,ME and XP respectively.Maybe it has something to do with
    my internet provider,but this is the only forum that it happens on.
    I visit 10-15 forums regularly including the Hobart welding forum.

    Thanks for any input,
    Ron

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  • ROCK
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    RPM........THE ONLY ERRORS I GET ARE WHEN DOWN LOADING PICTURES I ALWAYS HAVE THEM TO LARGE IN THE PIXEL AREA..... WHAT ARE YOU DOING WHEN THE ERROR COMES UP.......... ..........ROCK..........
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  • rpm
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    script error

    Does anybody else have trouble with a script error window popping up
    constantly? It happens to me on 3 different computers.
    Any suggestions?
    Thanks,
    Ron
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