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pkcrawford
2006-02-24, 22:32
I am trying to use the Handheld web interface on a pda, but the browser does not support pop-up windows. This happens occasionally (e.g. playing an individual song from the browse albums screen).
Is there any changes I can make that would stop pop-ups?

mherger
2006-02-25, 08:20
> I am trying to use the Handheld web interface on a pda, but the browser
> does not support pop-up windows.

What PDA/browser are you using?

> This happens occasionally (e.g.
> playing an individual song from the browse albums screen).
> Is there any changes I can make that would stop pop-ups?

AFAIK there are no such problems in 6.2.2. I can't reproduce this. Are you
using 6.5? There has been a lot of skin rework in that development
release. 6.5 is still experimental - if you're using it, please try the
6.2.x nightly and report back if you still encounter the problem.

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mherger
2006-02-25, 09:21
> AFAIK there are no such problems in 6.2.2. I can't reproduce this. Are
> you using 6.5?

I can't reproduce it with the 6.5 trunk neither. What browser are you
using?

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radish
2006-02-25, 09:52
I thought the same thing, but using Firefox on 6.2.1 with Handheld, some links do open in new windows (well, tabs, but same difference). An example is if you do Browse Albums, then click an Artist name.

Looks like the cause is a weird target="browser" attribute on some of the links, should be fine if they're removed.

pkcrawford
2006-02-25, 17:35
mherger,
I am using Web Browser v2.0.1.1 on a Palm Tungsten C PDA running PalmOS 5.2.1

pkcrawford
2006-02-25, 21:25
radish,
The web pages are created dynamically, so what code would I remove the "target=" attribute from?

kdf
2006-02-25, 22:43
what radish probably means is that those of us who can fix, had better get off our lazy butts and fix them.

if you can point out which urls are the problem, they'll get fixed.

mherger
2006-02-26, 00:49
> I am using Web Browser v2.0.1.1 on a Palm Tungsten C PDA running PalmOS
> 5.2.1

Thanks for the feedback. It wasn't browser related. I just checked in a
fix for the 6.2.2 branch. Please give the 02-26 nightly a try (will be
available in a few hours).

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pkcrawford
2006-02-26, 06:51
mherger,
Just check out the fix. Perfection. You guys are awsome. Keep up the great work.

radish
2006-02-26, 07:00
what radish probably means is that those of us who can fix, had better get off our lazy butts and fix them.


Lazy is never a word I'd apply to the slimserver developers :)