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INTERNET EXPLORER 7

Ran into the strangest thing in Internet Explorer 7.  I created two sizes of Virtual Tour in Java.  One I called "standard" size and the other larger I called "jumbo." 

In Internet Explorer 7 the standard size loads no problem.  The Jumbo size tries to load.  You see the status bar and everything then it just sits their. No pano ever shows up.  It's just blank.

Both tours work fine on Internet Explorer 6 it's just Internet Explorer 7 that's not working.  Here's a link where you can check them out.

http://www.doggiedistrict.net/virtualtours.htm

The standard size tour is about 3000 x 1500 pxls and about 500kb and the Jumbo is 4000 x 2000 pxls and about 850kb.  Other then then this and the size of the viewer window that's the only difference.

Anyone else have this problem or problems with internet explorer 7 in general?


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Yeah the thing has me kind of baffeled.  I'll try microsofts JVM to see if that changes things.  Good to hear though it's working for some of you using Sun Java.
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Your Jumbo tours worked just fine on my IE 7 (v7.0.5730.11), they didnt resize the window to the appropriate size though - You might want to use Javascript to get the popup window size to match the tour size.
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I can get the small Java to load and view but again the larger version does not show using I.E 7.0 or FF 2.0 with Sun Java. I see the loader and then the menu bar only.

Regards, Smooth


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Hmmm, Strange cause I use Sun Java too (1.6.0._03-b05) - On my IE 7 (v7.0.5730.11) and Firefox 2.0.0.11 it works fine, wonder whats up with that?
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Tested again with I.E 7.0 and Microsoft JVM and it works AOK.

Java Sux!

Regards, Smooth


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Works fine with me!

XP, IE7.0.7530.11, Sun Java 1.6.0_03