|To:||Bill Stent <>|
|Subject:||Atlas map viewer - help!|
|From:||John Gamblin <>|
|Date:||Thu, 31 Mar 2005 12:57:41 +1000 (EST)|
Message from the offending page:
This page employs a powerful Java Applet which reads from a large database.
It can take a minute or two to load.
JAG asks MiN and Still: Is forty hours excessively long in waiting?
JAG running XP and Linux
Bill Stent <> wrote:
This is also something that I've had problems with.
Could it be a firewall thing? They're always easy to blame.
[ On Behalf Of michael
Sent: Thursday, 31 March 2005 12:07 PM
Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] Atlas map viewer - help!
With my nice new computer I can't see the maps on the website with the Birds Australia atlas results. http://www2.abc.net.au/birds/mapviewer.html
All I get is a little square in the top left hand corner of the frame with a red cross on a white background.
I am using the 'popular' Windows XP and feel I have tried everything that could help after searching the Internet for advice.
JAG waddles off singing:
"Why do birds suddenly appear",
"Evertime, I am near,"
"Just like me, they long to be,"
"Close to you,"
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