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    I don't know if part of the code was changed for the quick reply, but I'd just like to point out that when I click on it on Mozilla, it now brings me to the bottom of the page which it didn't do before (if someone made a thread about this already then forgive me ) and if the code wasn't changed then I guess it's this new v1.4 of Mozilla that's done it, in any case I'm happy =)

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    I believe the code has been changed. If you are referring to the button that is nestled in between "edit" and "reply" then yes, it will bring you to the bottom of the page (if possible) because that is the post that you are "quick replying" to.

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    • #3
      Previously it didn't with Mozilla....

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      • #4
        Originally posted by TripleH
        Previously it didn't with Mozilla....
        Exactly. Before, it would just unlock the box so you could type in it, but you'd have to scroll down manually after.

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        • #5
          i done it last weekend while tidying up the javascript for all those other browsers.
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          • #6
            Scott is sure on the ball

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            • #7
              Now you just need to fix the code so Mozilla returns to the persons post after they make it.
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              Wayne Luke
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              • #8
                oh yeah i forgot about that

                theres #23 on my todo list
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                • #9
                  wayne just checked the Mozilla Dom reference
                  http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=62536 and its on the bugs list but it still appears to work so its now in.
                  Last edited by Scott MacVicar; Tue 8 Apr '03, 9:15am.
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                  • #10
                    Hmm. Okay. That was the only thing keeping me from switching to Mozilla fulltime.

                    Now to wait for 3.1 so Mozilla can have true WYSIWYG capabilities like IE... Will be styling then.
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                    Wayne Luke
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                    • #11
                      i knew you'd say that

                      I've been playing with the Mozilla WYSIWYG features and its not that different from the JavaScript kier has.
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                      • #12
                        Hmm, just tried it in Safari (the most recent "seed" as of today) and it doesn't work (just scrolling down to the bottom). I'm going to assume it's Safari's fault though and not vB's

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                        • #13
                          buy me a ibook and i'll test it

                          I'll try and test safari later this week.
                          Scott MacVicar

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                          • #14
                            Safari uses the same engine as Konqueror. It is called K-HTML, I think. All you need to get results with that engine is a Linux based machine. Konqueror is installed with most KDE installations and available on most distributions.
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                            Wayne Luke
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                            • #15
                              the paricular engine is KJS according to the apple help site but they dont seem to have too much detail in the way of documentation unlike the mozilla documentation which is great.
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