- Jun 2, 2011The reason it doesn't work locally in IE9 is because by default IE prevents local scripts from running. I suppose it's a misguided gesture meant to combat hackers. If you run your page from a server (even a built-in IIS server), you are using http rather than the local file system and IE9 then feels it's safe to execute the script.
I'm also not a fan of browsers that begin with IE.
By the way, I took the simulator out for a spin the other day... Very nice!
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> Thanks for the feedback. Especially working on various browsers on
> various machines.
> It also seems to work on IE 9, but only when on the web.
> For some reason it doesn't work in local machine mode. (file://)
> So it's probably some small thing to fix. I don't care for IE, but
> I know 'some people still use it', so I'll probably try to support it
> as long as it doesn't irritate me or take too much time. (I've done
> more cross-browser coding than I ever wanted to, so it shouldn't be
> a problem, I'm just getting grumpy in my old age)
> I want this to work off of people's hard drives, though, so you don't
> have to go to a website every time you want to use it.
> I already made a few changes, like the check boxes working, so I'll
> update it now and then, and eventually "phase one" will be complete.
> Then more fun stuff like graphics and video terminal after that.
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