<gpuckett@.. .> wrote:
> The YUI team has posted a new release today. YUI 2.4.0
> <http://yuiblog. com/blog/ 2007/12/04/ yuii-240/> is now available for
> download <http://developer. yahoo.com/ yui/download/>.
> The 2.4.0 release adds 5 new components to the YUI Library:
> of bar, line, or pie charts based on data obtained through the
> DataSource Utility.
> . *Selector Utility: * a CSS query engine that implements much of the
> CSS Selector syntax as defined by the W3C including the proposed CSS3
> Selector extensions.
> . *JSON Utility:* A JSON parse and stringify utility based on Douglas
> Crockford's public-domain implementation.
> . *Get Utility:* provides the capability to dynamically add script
> basis, and execute proxyless web-services calls when retrieving JSON
> . *Profiler: *a utility that profiles specified code providing
> programmatic retrieval of the profiling data while the application is
> In addition to these new components, there are many enhancements and
> fixes included in a number of the existing library components. Please
> refer to the README files included with the components that you use in
> your development for the full details of the changes and bug fixes that
> were made, or to the README digest attached for a summary of all of the
> 2.4.0 changes. You will also find updated documentation
> the new release on the YUI Website. <http://developer. yahoo.com/ yui/>
> As we provide this update, we would also like to thank all of
> the YUI community for the bug reports, patches, and feature requests
> that have been submitted to the YUI tracker components in Source Forge.
> The attached list summarizes all of the entries that have been resolved
> in the YUI 2.4.0 release. We greatly appreciate your participation in
> the continued enhancement of YUI and look forward to receiving your
> feedback as you integrate the new release into your products,
> general comments and questions. If you find a bug, please log the
> details and provide sample code in the YUI bug tracker on Source Forge
> <http://developer. yahoo.com/ yui/articles/ reportingbugs/>.
> Best regards,
> george puckett
> on behalf of the YUI development team: Adam Moore, Dav Glass, Eric
> Miraglia, Jenny Han Donnelly, Luke Smith, Matt Sweeney, Nate Koechley,
> Satyen Desai, Thomas Sha, and Todd Kloots; and contributers: Josh
> Tynjala, Matt Mlinac, and Nicholas Zakas
Regarding Browser History Manager. In the release notes, it says that
IE had a tendency to "forget" part or all of the history when
returning to a page and that new markup fixes that issue. However,
it's still happening for me. Any suggestions on how to go about it?