I have some logic I want to run on the server-side.  It's implemented in Javascript, and I'd like to use it to generate and emit JSON, to allow a REST-api for a web app I'm producing.   Development is on Windows7 and IIS.  I know IIS stil...
I have an applet that use JMF libraries, called like this :   <object id="cameraViewer"     classid="java:MyApplet.class"     type="application/x-java-applet"     archive="myapplet.jar" height="197" width=&#...
I have a site has a <div> on it that is vertically scrollable.  That works well.  I am also hiding the scrollbar, and that also works well.  CSS is essentially  .scrollable {   overflow-y: scroll;   -ms-overflow-style: none; }   I am currently...
I have a very specific target audience that I need to stream live video to (not prerecorded), that must run stock Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7. This means without Flash, Silverlight or any other plugins. Is this possible? My fears are that it is...
Is it possible to get a javascript related error only in IE9 with Windows 7 Professional and not in IE9 with Windows Enterprise? Can there be any difference in the way IE9 behaves with respect to javascript between a 32-bit Windows 7 and a 64-bit Wi...
When put file://myServer/network with file protocol in IE address line on windows 7, it will open Windows Explore to point to the network share folder.   but when I try it on Google Chrome, it won't open Windows Explore, all folder and file displ...
We have a third-party ActiveX. It seems to be working fine on a Windows XP machine (Internet Explorer 7). However, when we test on Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (Internet Explorer 9), we receive an error message -- "Object doesn't support pro...
(Story: My Google Calendar in Chrome automatically scrolls to random times on load. I think it is designed to jump to the current time, but for my two calendars this is never the case, also not from another computer using Firefox. The auto-scrolling...
I am working on a NodeACS app in which I have to send xml as request from Java HTTP client and to receive response after some manipulation. The Java HTTP Client is working fine so far but the issue is with Node JS file. The req.on('data'...)...
I do know I can get some Operation system information from "navigator.userAgent" on browser side using JavaScript, and this post discus some details.  My question is when I try to identify whether user is using windows 7 or windows server 200...

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