> Thanks for testing
> the " agent" is a work mate not a syrian government agent....
No, not him, I meant the one in the nadir. He looks suspicious to me.
> the site construction started 3000 years ago, The best time they
> had about 2000 years ago.
> The place is Palmyra or in local language Tadmor you will find
> plenty about it in google.
> On Nov 30, 2006, at 4:50, Pat Swovelin wrote:
>> panokaemena@... wrote:
>>> In this regard. Since a few days I am using a code which should work
>>> fine with IE7. I cannot test as I use a Mac.
>>> Any WIN IE7 test would be appreciated
>> I tested it with IE7 (Win XP Pro SP2) and the 1st time I looked at one
>> of the panos it gave me the pain-in-the-butt EOLAS click here, click
>> there, click until you're blue in the face (just another reason to use
>> FF). When I went to another pano (in a new tab) it went right in
>> without any problems. Thinking it might be a fluke based on the
>> open tab I closed and restarted IE. This time it went right in without
>> any problems. So it looks like your IE visitors will have to put up
>> with the EOLAS BS as a one-time only pain.
>> I did notice a rather strange problem ... you're being followed.
>> There's some really weird guy who's been sneaking into the bottom of
>> some of your panos. I'd be careful if I were you, it might be some
>> Syrian government agent who's spying on your activities because you
>> like you're having too much fun (and they can't allow that). =8^)
>> Be that as it may, fabulous panos, Willy. How old are these sites and
>> were can I read more about them (in English)?
>>> On Nov 29, 2006, at 0:47, Guillaume Fulchiron wrote:
>>>> "Sacha Griffin" <sachagriffin@...> wrote:
>>>>> Nothing wrong with your pop-up code. Its your repairembed script..
>>>>> Find something better for eolas.
>>>> Thank you Sacha,
>>>> I've to look for another eolas solution, but it seems hard to
>> find THE
>>>> simple solution... Many sites out there don't even use any.
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