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Old   May 12, 2001, 13:05
Default On line ENGINEERING CALCULATORS website update !
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Gregory Monachos
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Hello again.

I have made major updates on http://www.monachos.gr

It now supports Netscape (but you still have to have Java enabled for the calculators). I have also changed the navigation (I think it is easier to navigate now).

I have also added a couple of engineering calculators.

Find them at http://www.monachos.gr

Please post or email any comments and suggestions (or just email your opinion).

Thank you!
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Old   May 12, 2001, 13:57
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John C. Chien
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(1). I don't think it's woking, portion of the characters are not visible (clipped)in the calculator.
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Old   May 12, 2001, 15:45
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Gregory Monachos
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Please tell me what browser are you using ? I have tested the page with MSIE 5.5. and Netscape 4.0

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Old   May 12, 2001, 15:45
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Bubba
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I get Clipping too... Also the wording in the left frame (telling you which calculator you are using) is hardly visible to me (with my glasses on!!!).
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Old   May 12, 2001, 15:56
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Same here..I am using Netscape Version 4.77
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Old   May 15, 2001, 05:43
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Gregory Monachos
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I have checked again and again the site with MSIE 5.5 , Netscape 4.0 and Netscape 6.0

With Netscape 6.0 , I also saw the java cliping problem. But I cannot understand what is the problem with the left submenu. I am using small fonts in order for 800x600 users to be able to see something decent on their screens. Have you checked your browser's font settings? if you have chosen to enlarge fonts on your browser , or if you have disabled page fonts (and using only default font names and sizes) , well maybe left menu fonts will be too large or too small for your screen.

The Java cliping is a java bug on my programs. I didn't specify the font size inside the applet because I thought it would follow screen font size. Sorry about that. I will recompile the applets , and if I haven't already bored you , I intend to repost for check.

Anyway , I appreciate very much your feedback , and I hope in the future to be able to show you the damned calculators.

Meanwhile , until I recompile the applets, if someone else is able to actually see the applets , please post or email any comments about usefulness , e.t.c. to the poor programmer ...

Thank you!
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