"Terry Pacey" <>
Sat, 20 Oct 2001 12:49:11 +1000
Some strange things are happening in the dark recesses of my computer. I
was trying to access some information using the Map Viewer for the Atlas and
found that I was not able to view the maps which makes the whole process
difficult. I checked that Java was enabled on my computer and realised that
Java is working on other sites I visit.
I then used Netscape and found that the maps work perfectly. As I am
connected to the internet by Telstra cable, I am unable to use Netscape as
my default viewer. I am sure that Telstra and Microsoft must have an
agreement. I can use Netscape (obviously) but it is, normally, much easier
to use the default viewer.
Anyone who has any suggestions as to how to overcome the Map Viewer problems
with IE5 please communicate directly. Rude comments about Microsoft
products, while appreciated, will not help solve this problem.
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