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Old 12-05-2005, 01:54 PM   #1
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Default Firefox 1.5 (Mac) no HTML preview

How odd.

I was working on a web page, previewing regularly in Safari, but then decided to check several browsers. The page also showed properly in Mozilla, Opera, OmniWeb, even in MSIE 5.2.3. But not in Firefox, which gave me a Mac -10660 error.

This page has a very long path name, so on a hunch, I dragged its folder out onto the desktop, and from there the page previewed fine in Firefox. (It was only three levels down.)

I’m not sure whether it was the length of the path or the fact that some of the folders had spaces in their names. But I have never had this problem before this version of FF, so thought I would mention it.

   
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