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I guess the problem has no solution, see

http://my.opera.com/forums/showthread.p ... post473105

I would say, you can leave border="0" as is, since frames are deprecated anyway, better use layers and position:fixed instead (like on http://webcache-emule.sourceforge.net/i ... p?show=FAQ ). Maybe add client-side-includes to save bandwidth. But, honestly, I'd abandon frames in NJB at this point only if I'd really want to waste my time ;).

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Superlexx wrote:I guess the problem has no solution, see

http://my.opera.com/forums/showthread.p ... post473105

I would say, you can leave border="0" as is, since frames are deprecated anyway, better use layers and position:fixed instead (like on http://webcache-emule.sourceforge.net/i ... p?show=FAQ ). Maybe add client-side-includes to save bandwidth. But, honestly, I'd abandon frames in NJB at this point only if I'd really want to waste my time ;).
Ok, thanks for the links.
For the moment I let it what it is :)

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Pahalanger 1.0 Beta2 is out and they made some progress, now the update script can add files to the database, browse.php can list them and they can be downloaded. The further required functions pack(), unpack() and passthru() are on the Phalanger roadmap, so we can hope that in a few months njb will run under Phalanger supporting unicode files.

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Superlexx wrote:Pahalanger 1.0 Beta2 is out and they made some progress, now the update script can add files to the database, browse.php can list them and they can be downloaded. The further required functions pack(), unpack() and passthru() are on the Phalanger roadmap, so we can hope that in a few months njb will run under Phalanger supporting unicode files.
This looks promising :wink:

I read some pages from http://www.php-compiler.net/
Are this the requirements for netjukebox after compiling?
  • IIS 5 or 6 web server
  • ASP
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1
  • MySQL

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Yes, but ASP.NET is already installed by the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1

See also http://php-compiler.net/Documentation/U ... plications

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Superlexx wrote:Yes, but ASP.NET is already installed by the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1

See also http://php-compiler.net/Documentation/U ... plications
Thanks, I will read that later.

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Superlexx wrote:
wbartels wrote:Is this the best site to check if HTML is W3C compliant?
http://validator.w3.org/
yes, btw I am using Opera because checking the code is just as easy as pressing Alt+Ctrl+v, even if it's a local file (unlike FireFox, Opera uploads the data for validation and not just the URL).
I found a good validation plugin for Firefox called checky.
Checky can also upload local files, and it is possible to upload Intranet files.
Besides of W3C it can validate:
  • Advanced Business Systems META Tag Analyzer
  • AI Internet Solutions CSE HTML Validator
  • Alpine Internet Solutions HTML Doctor
  • Cynthia Says™ tPortal Web content accessibility validation solution
  • Delorie Lynx Viewer
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  • W3C Markup Validation Service (upload)
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cool, I'm happy to hear this

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wbartels wrote:It is a pity that readdir() doesn't work with multibyte strings :(
I hope that PHP will fix this before my first Russian or Chinese album :wink:

So far I hadn't any problem with exotic characters.
But they are all high byte strings and not multibyte strings:

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Nice day, since this thread since last year 2005. wish to know this latest version could handle Chinese album?

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not sure if this will help you out or not but this is the official PHP 5 changelog.

http://www.php.net/ChangeLog-5.php

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Shizzle wrote:not sure if this will help you out or not but this is the official PHP 5 changelog.

http://www.php.net/ChangeLog-5.php
I had upgrade to php5, but it seen, the netjukebox still cannot accept Chinese font.... :(

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andersen wrote:
Shizzle wrote:not sure if this will help you out or not but this is the official PHP 5 changelog.

http://www.php.net/ChangeLog-5.php
I had upgrade to php5, but it seen, the netjukebox still cannot accept Chinese font.... :(
PHP doesn't support unicode until PHP 6.
http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=34574

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Too bad, no choice and wait for the php6 to release... :wink:

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