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Re: RadialNet/UmitMapper Improvements
From: "João Medeiros" <ignotus21 () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2007 16:54:16 -0300

Hm,

    Really it don't open in IE, I know this, but didn't remember. But
don't work in Firefox is a surprise for me. It's a valid XHTML 1.0
Transitional (http://validator.w3.org/). I don't have IE to test it.
If you want, I can try solve it with you.

Att, João Medeiros.

On Nov 19, 2007 2:31 PM, DePriest, Jason R. <jrdepriest () gmail com> wrote:

On 11/19/07, João Medeiros <> wrote:
Hi friends,

    I'm working in a separated version of UmitMapper for my graduated
thesis. This is called RadialNet and is placed at:

      http://www.engcomp.ufrn.br/~ignotus/radialnet/index.xhtml

    Its site has some informations about your use, installation and
objective. If you find bugs, please send reports to my e-mail (if is a
graphical bug, send a screenshot too). If you have suggestions or
comments, you're welcome. To incentive you, see one screenshot:

      http://www.engcomp.ufrn.br/~ignotus/radialnet/image/screenshot-01.png

    Have fun!

Att, João Medeiros.

It's probably just me, but my Firefox and IE seem to have trouble with
the .xhtml extension on your webpage.

IE tries to download it instead of open it and Firefox gives this error:
XML Parsing Error: junk after document element
Location: http://www.engcomp.ufrn.br/~ignotus/radialnet/index.xhtml
Line Number 15, Column 1:
<?xml version="1.0"
^

If I run the Firefox page through the HTML Tidy plug-in, it works.  I
imagine it is because of the proxy server I access the Internet
through.  It adds a javascript header to every page before displaying
it.

Just thought I'd mention it.  I am not really sure why this particular
page is causing problems for me.

-Jason

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