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    I had read that the new version of Blazer will support Javascript. Do other browsers currently support this? The reason I ask...

    I need a favor. Can someone please try to login to my forum using this info via a Treo using whatever browser you currently use)

    http://www.sdotson.com/forums/

    username: testuser
    password: testuser

    I was unable to login using the emulator. The submit button didn't do anything.

    I know the look isn;t the best for mobile browsing but I need to figure out the logistics first.

    Much appreciated...
    Sean Dotson, PE
    http://www.sdotson.com
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    There is a browser out RIGHT NOW that does java script, and it is called xiino.

    I'm using my phone to access the net right now on my laptop, I'll try the site with xiino when I get off (30min).
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    Blazer 2.0, EudoraWeb and Xiino all let me log in with no problems.
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    Okay, here are the results.

    First, the xiino browser has two modes of operation. With no images, the browser connects directly to the website. With the "auto load images" feature turned on, it will connect to the website through a proxy, located at pds.ilinx.co.jp.

    Good news for you. I was able to successfully login and logout using both modes of operation. Your server time stamped the 1st login (Text only) at 1:34pm, and the second login (Text and images) at 1:36pm.

    As far as the new blazer goes, I can't imagine it not being able to compete with a browser that has already been on the market for a long time now. Oh well, I'm not a web programmer, so that's probably all I can help you with.

    Oh yeah, one more thing. If you want to know more information about the xiino browser, do a google search for it. I believe it was formerly the Palmscape browser.

    Good luck!
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    I suspected an issue with the emulator. I apprecite it guys.

    I will be removing the account so no further logins can take place.

    Thanks again.
    Sean Dotson, PE
    http://www.sdotson.com
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    also iPanel supports javascript
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