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From Boysenberry Payne <>
Subject Re: Flex
Date Tue, 04 Dec 2007 07:45:31 GMT
It requires javascript, cookies and flashplayer 8+ to view it as its  
I just checked it out with IE 7 with no problems.

Are you being redirected to here:

If at the end of the day you still can't see it in IE you can always  
use another browser.
It works in most common browsers.

Our site does use a proxy, are you behind some kind of firewall that  
might prevent proxies?

If its not one of these I'd like to allow you to see it, if for no  
other reason than to make sure
our site works as well as possible.

There are other Habitat sites you can check out too, but if it  
doesn't work at the above
address chances are it wont work at the others too.

(As far as logging in goes, you'd need a log in, which isn't provided  


On Dec 4, 2007, at 12:15 AM, Octavian Rasnita wrote:

> From: Boysenberry Payne
> > I currently use the ruby gem sprouts for compiling Flex apps.  I  
> would love to see a version
> > packaged for a mod_perl system.  It really is all about learning  
> what makes the flex compiler
> > work then strapping to perl instead of php or ruby.  I would love  
> to help with a project like this
> > but don't have the resources to take point.
> > Our website builder is completely mod_perl on the backend and  
> uses Flash on the front/middle.
> > We also have html output too:
> >
> I have visited and tried the sign in link, but the following  
> message appeared:
> """
> This site requires Javascript to be work correctly.
> Please enable Javascript in your browser or use a Javascript  
> capable browser, then reload the site.
> """
> Well, I use IE, and Javascript is enabled.
> Isn't that web page accessible for screen readers?
> Octavian

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