4405Re: [NH] Frames- side by side comparison.
- Feb 22, 2004Greedy, greedy here. But could this be used to view two files from My
Computer on my own PC side by side?
On Sun, 22 Feb 2004, Don - htmlfixit.com wrote:
> Jeffery Scism wrote:
> > The "Comparison" would have two functions, seeing how a page "looks" in
> > MSIE and in Netscape, (or any other browser pair) (Script to open the
> > SAME HTML file side by side in TWO different browsers)
> > OR two instances of a single browser with user input address bars
> > avilable to navigate to the pages for comparison.
> > Not a line by line analysis of the differences, but a VISUAL side by
> > side. (I could just open two browsers and resize them to be side by
> > side, but I am looking for a quicker method that doesn't require jumping
> > back and forth. (Changing focus).
> The latter half of this (two pages side by side for visual comparison)
> is what my thing is now doing Jeff. Opening two browsers side by side
> would be a bit trickier ... I'll see what I can think up on that. It
> would require that you essentially grant permission for something to
> happen and address each of two open apps. I think we can do it with a
> clip easy enough on a local basis. I would definately ask this question
> over on clips. I don't think it could easily be done from the web
> because of security issues with addressing apps directly.
> Anyway, this is working now:
> The typo you saw is fixed. The only thing that will frustrate this is
> if you hit a page that will deframe itself, then it won't work because
> one page will blast to the top. For most pages it will work fine.
> http:// must be included in the address currently, but I will later fix
> that. Time for church, so see you in a bit.
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