But since IE4 uses JS 1.2, I can only assume your problem has to do with differences in the DOM.
The IE browser uses a bubble-up approach to event handlers and the DOM where NS uses a route-down approach. P.S. Since the bubble-up approach is adopted by ECMAscript 262, perhaps JS 1.3 handles this differently thus the reason it works in NS 4.06 & up.
My guess without seeing the script, not that I'm master programmer by ANY means, is that you may have either created an object and/or object properties or methods, that you have strung together (ie: Object.prop1.prop2). If prop1 is not defined, NS wills not recognize it in v4.05 and below; even if it recognizes object or prop2. I've seen other people with a similar problem and I think this is what was wrong. Although they never wrote back to verify if that was the case.
I suggest you insure any properties and/or methods you use are valid for the objects you're using and are completely defined for NS.
June 13th, 2000, 01:28 AM