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Exclamation InfernoShoutbox is not defined - 31-October-2007, 22:57

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01-November-2007, 18:00

i`ve seen this one myself in firefox on winxp

seems to happen sometimes... then its ok for a day or two... then comes
back for a bit...

its not a php error , its def a javascript one....

as i said in my previous postings , javascript = clientside

in english that means it relies on your browser internal javascript engine to
parse / process the ajax updates...

in other words..... need browser version and o/s ... there is a small chance the php file that feeds the data to the ajax core is faulty ... but i doubt it

php errors are usually always there.... this one comes and goes...

in these cases the usual suspects are

1. internal browser cache
2. timing delay too long in ajax OnReply handler
3. starting javascript after <body> tag
4. incorrect local security settings in browser
5. incorrectly configured COOKIE url in vb
6. javascript variable conflict in the DOM
7. trying to access the browser DOM before the page has loaded FULLY

also any function that javascript tries to use which has not been already
defined in the <head> section will cause this... (bug number 3 in list)

i need a bit more time to observe this bug .... i suspect its the javascript
body onload bug / DOM that is well documented and affects all browsers differently..(fires too soon , functions/variables should be available but are not)

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