- Thank you Roman, the double clicking works beautifully, but does anyone know where the listings for N - Y are? Page number 4 is Marcz-Mieszko and suddenly pageMessage 1 of 40 , Nov 28, 2004View SourceThank you Roman, the double clicking works beautifully, but does anyone know where the listings for N - Y are? Page number 4 is Marcz-Mieszko and suddenly page 5 is Zurko-Zyjewski. Is the production of these names still in progress or are they not available?With kindest regards,
If you double-click on the page and then double- click again you
should get a readable copy.
- Here it is. Cheers Zbyszek _____ From: Krys Dobrzanski [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: December 1, 2004 4:55 PM To: Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.comMessage 40 of 40 , Nov 30, 2004View Source
Here it is.
From: Krys Dobrzanski [mailto:krysdobrzanski@...]
Sent: December 1, 2004 4:55 PM
Subject: Re: [Kresy-Siberia] Re: access the pictures on this site
Thank you very much for the information...you are a veritable well of knowledge. I have downloaded the Mozilla Firefox and it installed twice and then crashed my PC but hey chaps, it is now working brilliantly and opening/enlarging the Red Cross listings. I still need to know if the list is complete or still in progress as I need to see if Starzak is listed, no one has answered that question yet.
I am a bit of a self-styled computer idiot but I have fun trying...for example doing extra efficient cleaning of files etc and hey ho I deleted many crucial system files so that my computer was mighty sick...I would go as far as to say that it needed the last rites. Lucky that my son reinstalled the complete operating system for me, but not before he had given me a right roasting. Oh dear!
Anyway, I need to ask your expert advice again...how do I transfer 'my favourites' to the new browser and do I need to do anything with Norton Internet Security, Firewall etc, or will it automatically work for Firefox? Sorry to be such a dunce but I am a bit wary of viruses etc and do not want to be unprotected if I can help it.
Thank you very much for all your expertise and patience with a dunce, and I hope that your Krasnoludek is well.
With kindest regards,
Ipswich , England
The bug is that Internet Explorer can’t decipher the HTML pointer to the location of the picture. So it gives up and tells us that there is no picture there. The rest of the web page is displayed OK, but the picture within the web page is not found.
The HTML code, the high level computer language used to program a web page, is supposed to be Universal. However, it is not a perfect language so that incompatibilities may arise between people that write the programs that generate web pages, and the people that display web pages.
The easiest way to solve this is to download and use a different Browser. I use FIREFOX. on my PC. It looks and feels just like Internet Explorer but without the BUG!!
Some people may not be comfortable too install and use other than what comes with their PC’s.
If you want to use it, just go to www.firefox.com and download it . Install it, and use it. It will import all you favorites sites, etc from your other browsers like Microsoft’s. Also, you can run both on your PC at the same time .